Sofiac's analysts draw on years of experience defending the data and intellectual property of government agencies as well as many small and medium sized businesses (SMB) throughout the county. We combine industry best practices with state-of-the-art technologies to keep your organization's data safe from unauthorized actors.
Let us work together to develop a customized plan for securing your organization's networks, data, and intellectual property. Our primary capabilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Vulnerability Assessments
- Cybersecurity/Network Operations Center Development
- Log Management and Analysis
- System Monitoring and Alerting
- Employee Awarness Training
Cybersecurity Frameworks and Guidelines
Whether we are developing a new application for your organization or securing your existing environment, we always consult what the industry best practices and guidelines are at the current time. The following are frameworks and guidelines we currently adhere to:
NIST Special Publications
NIST's Special Publications (SP) subseries SP-800, SP-1800, and SP-500 respectively titled Computer Security, NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guides, and Computer Systems Technology, are the organization's guidelines, recommendations, and reference material for IT and cybersecurity. When developing a course of action, we consult with the NIST SP to ensure that your business will remain in compliance with NIST's guidelines.
DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs)
DISA STIGs are the guidelines used by the DoD to secure IT systems on the DoD's network. These guidelines provide concrete examples and rules for securing systems housing classified data. We consult these STIGs for every customer because they provide the technical steps to remediate non-compliant devices, so that we can integrate them into your organizations IT system.