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Cyber Operations

Cyber security is the state or process of protecting and recovering networks, devices and programs from any type of cyberattack.  Rapid response to any type of cyber attack is the most effective way to reduce or eliminate potential damage.  A3 gives government agencies and organizations the power to continually provide vital services in the face of the most sophisticated cyber attacks.  Our unmatched understanding of the means and motivations of cyber attackers prevents attacks, exposes them when they occur, and protects the vulnerable intersection between critical data and the people who use it.

Key Offerings include:

  • Security Assessment:

    •  Security Impact Analysis is the analysis conducted by an organizational official to determine the extent to which changes to the information system have affected the security state of the system.

  • Vulnerability Scanning:

    • Vulnerabilities in the information system and hosted applications [Assignment: organization-defined frequency and/or randomly in accordance with organization-defined process] and when new vulnerabilities potentially affecting the system/applications are identified and reported;

  • Security Controls:

    • Security Controls consists of applying Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) to reduce or eliminate potential risks ​to the Enterprise Architecture.  These guides, when implemented, enhance security for software, hardware, physical and logical architectures to further reduce vulnerabilities.

  • Implementation of Security Controls:​​

    • The selected Security Controls will be implemented on the Information System, while an initial security review will be conducted to identify any system weaknesses and/or associated risk.  After initial implementation of each Security Control, an assessment should be conducted to validate the effectiveness of the implementation and/or risk remediation.
      A security assessment plan should also be implemented.​

  • Security information and Event Management:

    • Security information and Event management allows for the aggregation and analysis of events from many different resources across your entire IT infrastructure.​

  • Continuous Improvement/Monitoring:

    • ​​​Continuous Monitoring is used to detect compliance and risk issues associated with an organization's operational environment. The  operational environment consists of people, processes, and systems working together to support efficient and effective operations. A continuous monitoring strategy should be implemented for all of the Security Controls for the information system.

  • Enterprise Resilience:

    • Enterprise Resilience consists of an organization's ability to adapt to short-term and long-term changes in the security posture of the system.

  • Network Convergence:

    • Convergence includes migration of the network and supporting resources (funding and personnel) assets to ARCYBER to reduce the ​

  • Forensics / Malware Analysis​:

    • Malware analysis consists of determining the functionality, origin and potential impact of a given malware sample such as a virus, worm, trojan horse, rootkit, or backdoor.​

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