Enabling greater business innovation and opportunity
Evolving mission mandates, new mobility and cloud requirements, and a mind-numbing escalation of complex, global, domestic and insider threats have enlarged your organization’s attack target dramatically. Traditional defensive postures won’t cut it. Today’s agencies must go on offense and identify vulnerabilities and requirements at every point across your systems and security solution’s lifecycles. This includes security policy, governance, implementation, operations and comprehensive threat analytics.
It is this top down, holistic view of your entire security ecosystem that is at the heart of 4S Cyber Solution’s Cybersecurity Mission Protection Services. The result: You not only stay ahead of today’s most insidious cyber threats, but safeguard the real-time global interactive and collaborative environment essential to your mission’s success.
Comprehensive, business-oriented threat assessment of current security policy, procedures, processes and plans based on agency mandates and current FISMA, Risk Management Framework (RMF), HIPAA, ICD 503 and NIST SP 800-171 security requirements. Electronic tests and simulations identify all system, infrastructure and architectural vulnerabilities. Using our results-driven perspective, we prioritize vulnerabilities and their risks based on business impact, so you can comfortably scale your security investment. Your dollars always go to neutralizing the most business critical threats and maintaining the most essential services.
- Asset Inventory
- System Security Planning
- Prioritized Vulnerability/Risk Assessments
- Gap Analysis & Penetration Testing
- Incident Response
- Anomaly Detection and Behavioral Analytics
- Security Process Re-engineering
- Data Loss Prevention
- Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity & Recovery Analysis
- Policy and Procedure Analysis and Recommendations
Design and build a security infrastructure that incorporates the systems, components and applications that protect all assets while supporting your requirements for enhanced real time information sharing and optimal IT performance enterprise-wide.
- PKI Architecture and Implementation
- E-Authentication Architecture
- Application Development Support
- Secure Remote Access Services
- Network Management Systems
- Security Tool Virtualization
- Virtual Private Networks
- Privileged Identity Management
- Patch Management
- Mobile Device Management
- Anti-Virus/Spyware & Malware Management
- Microsoft Directory/Messaging
Detect, Respond & Remediate
We focus on security solution implementation, threat remediation and performance monitoring. Our service flexibility solutions provide for any combination of 4S approaches, or 3rd party system monitoring and management structure.
- Continuous Monitoring
- 24/7/365 Incident Response
- SIEM Development, Configuration and Management
- Intrusion Detection and Protection
- Disaster Recovery/COOP
- Log Analysis/Audit Logging
- System State Capture
- Root Cause Analysis
- Chain of Custody
- Remediation of attack vectors
Technical & Leadership Training
4S Cyber Solutions offers a wide array customized business-oriented training courses built around the unique requirements of each of our customers. Subject matter ranges from today’s most popular business productivity tools to courses on leadership, communications, media relations and crisis management.
Serving Small to Medium Size Businesses (SMB)
All enterprises, regardless of size, are exposed to malicious external actors. SMBs face the additional challenge of limited resources to manage their risk. 4S Cyber Solutions can assess your risk, estimating how different scenarios will affect your bottom line. Applying advanced risk management techniques, tailor a cost-effective cyber security solution for your enterprise. The US government is now requiring contractors and sub-contractors to demonstrate active and effective application of the risk management framework (RMF); 4S Cyber Solutions can assess and certify that your enterprise is appropriately applying RMF principles and guidelines.
Cybersecurity professionals talk about what the Cybersecurity Framework means to their organizations. The Framework, which was created through collaboration between industry and government, consists of standards, guidelines, and practices to promote the protection of critical infrastructure. The prioritized, flexible, repeatable, and cost-effective approach of the Framework helps owners and operators of critical infrastructure to manage cybersecurity-related risk.
This Fundamentals guide aims to provide basic cybersecurity recommendations to small businesses.
The NIST “Small Business Information Security: The Fundamentals” guide aims to provide basic cybersecurity recommendations for small businesses through a risk assessment process.
“Businesses of all sizes face potential risks when operating online and therefore need to consider their cybersecurity,” she said. “Small businesses may even be seen as easy targets to get into bigger businesses through the supply chain or payment portals.” reads the NIST announcement.
“Many small businesses think that cybersecurity is too expensive or difficult; Small Business Information Security is designed for them,” Toth said. “In fact, they may have more to lose than a larger organization because cybersecurity events can be costly and threaten their survival.” In fact, the National Cyber Security Alliance found that 60 percent of small companies close down (link is external) within the six months following a cyberattack.