AIT has a dedicated team of cyber and IT specialists to secure your information systems and critical network infrastructure:
Risk Management Framework
AIT helps the federal government bring their core Information Technology (IT) infrastructure into FISMA compliance by applying the Risk Management Framework (RMF). AIT’s highly trained and certified (CISSP, CAP, Network+, Security+) Cyber Analysts and Cyber Security Engineers develop and update system security plans, contingency plans, concepts of operations, system designs, functional specifications, security design documents, and risk assessments. Our Cyber Analysts/Engineers perform vulnerability analysis and penetration testing, operating as a traditional cyber “Blue Teams.” We perform vulnerability scanning of applications, ports, and protocols; system gateways; firewalls; and boundary devices using tools such as Nessus, Retina, nmap, AppDetective, and WebInspect.
Information Systems Security Engineering
AIT provides cyber vulnerability and cyber risk assessment support to IC and DoD customers. The AIT ISSE team specializes in information assurance, system security engineering, and networking architecture services to include cyber vulnerability risk and threat assessments for high value, high-assurance command, and control systems.
Our cyber analysts and engineers employ our Risk Assessment Methodology (NIST SP800-30, 37, and 39 compliant), along with Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 503 compliance. Like our CMAC vulnerability assessment efforts, our cyber engineers engage with high-level DoD customers worldwide across multiple mission owners, customer locations, and stakeholders to devolve artifacts from complex cyber and IT infrastructures into a comprehensive Risk Assessment report. Using our unique seven-step Risk Assessment Methodology, we have delivered over 15 Risk Assessment reports for high value, classified DoD customers operating on critical command and control systems.