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-Automating the Cyber Security Assessment-

Cyber-FISMA Technology


Cyber-FISMA  provides our clients with situational awareness and compliance.  Cyber-FISMA professional understand the regulatory laws (e.g., FISMA, GLB, HIPAA, and SOX) and their relationship tto FIPS and NIST Standards.  Our tools and services incorporate FISMA regulatory requirements and NIST Standards. which are the "gold standard" for cyber security prevention .   We utilize the continuous monitoring and risk management framework of NIST.


We have implemented these requirements and standards in our products and services providing automated support to replace cumbersome manual tasks.  Our tools generate Certification & Accreditation (C&A) documents including the POA&M.


Cyber-FISMA procides assurance to our clients about the status of their network and system assets by integrating our people, processes, and technology with the most up to date laws and standards.





Independent Assessment


The Independent Assessment provides a status of all assets in the network alerting the customer to existing  threats and vulnerabilities. Our automated tools incorporate s  a link to the up-to-date National Vulnerability Database (NVD) .  A vulnerability discovered and recorded in the NVD will be automatically populated by the CyberProfile tool to determine if network  are compromised by that vulnerability.   This assessment includes  intentional and unintentional activities whether by human error, system design or implementation weaknesses, inadequate or missing patches, and general threat information (e.g., inadequately trained employees, insider threats, etc.)


​During this assessment, we identify know system-specific and generic information technology threats in all areas of security (e.g., communications, computer/network, emanations, personnel, physical, etc.,).  The assessment is based on the risk impact related to confidentiality , integrity, and availability that can lead to information compromise..


Risk Management Framework (RMF):


We provide our clients a structured Risk Management Framework (RMF) approach for developing consistent, comparable, and repeatable assessments; promoting a better understanding of agency-related mission risks resulting from the operation of IT systems; and creating more complete, reliable, and trustworthy information. Our consultants have conducted more than 200 RMF projects for Commercial Organizations as well as the Federal Government and Department of Defense (DoD), using National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) SP 800-37, NIST SP 800-53 Rev 4, and NIST SP 800-53A Rev1.


We can manage and/or conduct a complete certification or prepare and assess individual documents in the final certification package that is ultimately presented to the accreditor for approval. Our service activities can include any of the following:


Developing a System Security Plan (SSP)

Developing a Assessment Test Plan (ATP) and test procedures

Conducting an ATP

Analyzing and reporting assessment results

Developing and/or conducting a vulnerability assessment

Developing a final vulnerability assessment report

Conducting a risk assessment

Developing a Continuity of Operations and Disaster Recovery Plans

Developing a Contingency Plans

Developing a POA&M

Developing the Security Assessment Package (SAP)

Providing technical support as the Security Control Assessor (SCA) to the Authorizing Official (AO)

CYBER Profile

The Product


Cyber Profile™ is the next generation tool for cybersecurity risk management and FISMA compliance. Designed to provide a

real-time assessment of an enterprise’s security posture, Cyber Profile™ replaces point-in-time “snapshots” of security with continuous monitoring and real-time situational awareness. Using asset level data, Cyber Profile™ gives those responsible for information systems security the granularity needed to truly secure systems and ultimately, their enterprise.


Cyber Profile™ works with existing security measures and automated monitoring tools (e.g. client-based agents). Collecting the data from these tools, the National Vulnerability Database, and penetration/vulnerability testing tools, Cyber Profile™ maps all system vulnerabilities in the enterprise at the asset level and their associated systems, correlating vulnerabilities to the mission impact.

Identified vulnerabilities result in automatic POA&M generation, security task assignments, email notification, and remediation progress tracking.


Employing a Risk Management Framework work flow management approach, Cyber Profile™ collects and analyzes the critical system security information, enabling both continuous monitoring and automated Risk Management Framework (RMF) document package generation. Unlike other document centric tools, Cyber Profile™’s data-centric model creates efficiencies in managing organizational security and eliminates the episodic and document-driven approach to security management.

A multi-faceted security application, Cyber Profile™ combines information systems data, the guidelines and requirements established by NIST, and vulnerabilities and exploits data to more effectively manage cybersecurity risk. In highly diverse environments, where there are complex and sophisticated cyber threats and ever increasing vulnerabilities, Cyber Profile™ is the only solution providing Real-time Situational Awareness for Real-time Decisions™.



Dynamic Continuous Monitoring


IThe Asset Inventory includes all software and hardware assets in the network environment and is the primary point of accountability for the life-cycle management of information technology assets throughout the enterprise.


Configuration & Change Management manages the change process for a) hardware, b) system software, c) communications equipment and software, and d) all documentation and procedures associated with the running, support, and maintenance of live systems.


Vulnerability Management is accomplished following the cyclical practice of identifying, classifying, remediating, and mitigating vulnerabilities in the software of computing systems.




Situational Awareness


Situational Awareness (SA) involves being aware of what is happening around you to understand how information, events, and your own actions will impact your goals and objectives, both now and in the near future. Having complete, accurate, and up-to-the-minute SA is essential. SA has been recognized as a critical, yet often elusive, foundation for successful decision-making across a broad range of complex and dynamic systems.


Collaboration is a recursive process where organizations work together in an intersection of common goals by sharing knowledge, learning, and building consensus.

Incident Response reporting capability from anywhere in the enterprise with automatic reporting feeds.


Look Ahead™ provides an instant view of how a new vulnerability could affect your entire enterprise.


Interaction (Q&A) with your enterprise data to get answers to questions.


Automated Notification is accomplished for the initial and updated POA&Ms, FISMA Report, Authorization Task, Incident Report, Configuration Change Report, and Custom Matrix Reports to the responsible parties.


Lowering Cost  through Automation

Automated Risk Management Framework (RMF) Documentation Creation is accomplished, providing the Security Authorization Package (SAP) to the Authorizing Official (AO) to authorize the system.  The information and supporting evidence needed for security authorization is developed during the detailed security review of an information system, typically referred to as security assessment.


Automated Reporting (POA&M and FISMA) generates the charting, analysis, and reporting functions that support the customer in their review and prediction of risk.

Re-Authorization is much less time consuming thanks to living data and no more re-accomplishing documents. Achieve ongoing authorization every minute on the day.



Cyber Security News

Who We Are


"Risk Prevention Professionals"


With years of experience including  military cyber security background.



What does inadequate prevention cost you?


$75.4 Billion 2015 (Visiongain, Business Intelligence)

$170 Billion by 2020 (Market Studies)

$400 Billion in 2015 (Lloyds of London)

$2 Trillion by 2019 (Forbes)

$876 Billion Annually



The Cyber Profile  process may prevent:


Theft of Intellectual Property

Operational Disruptions

Machine-to-Machine Attacks



Two-faced malware


"Risk Prevention Team"

Kevin Morgan

Chief Financial Officer

Paula deWitte

Chief Executive Officer

Bob Troy

An active member of the

Mariza Alvares

Chief Marketing Officer

Keith FredErick

Chief Technology Officer



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