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Security management practices used for traditional information technology systems are tailored and adapted to be effective and efficient in a weapon system / deployable environment.


Cybersecurity is planned at system conceptualization, engineered during development and vetted during testing; it is never an “add-on” at system integration or deployment.


Technically-challenging mission areas experience provides us with the insight into the particularities of systems operating in demanding environments & mission profiles.

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Security is best achieved at the component level. A system is completely secure only when the underlying components are themselves secure.

The supply chain is the at-most risk element and the easiest attack vector:

  • The ability to source components at the local, regional and national level is almost non-existent.
  • The days of vendors only shipping products comprised solely of their own components are over.
  • To save time and money, and adopt standards, companies increasingly use third-party components, both software & hardware, that essentially plug-in to their own.
  • In some cases, those components can themselves have additional third-party sub-components bundled within.

In order to support Supply Chain Risk Management:

  • We must inspect suppliers to ensure they are and maintaining and efficient and sustainable cybersecurity posture.
  • We must evaluate the cybersecurity posture of new and potential small business suppliers before the join the the supply ecosystem.
  • Help suppliers attain and maintain the required cybersecurity compliance.
  • Perform research to support the conduct of effective due diligence on suppliers and components under evaluation.
  • Identify and prioritize vulnerabilities in the organization’s supply chain.
  • Prioritize remediation for those vendors already in the supply chain.