Defend your organization with managed security services from NeoSystems. From proactive vulnerability scanning to incident response and endpoint protection, we offer full-scope solutions to help ensure that your data is secure.
What is Managed Security Services (MSS)?
NeoSystems Managed Security Services help your government contracting organization secure your IT environment by continuously monitoring and managing your network, systems, and data. The threat landscape is rapidly evolving. We address this by responding to these risks using smarter intelligence-driven security services that focus on maximizing resource efficiency and minimizing damage. Cyber threats are everywhere, with every type and size business at risk of a breach. NeoSystems takes on the day-to-day defense of your infrastructure by maximizing your security technology investments through 24x7x365 managed security services; monitoring and managing your network security, systems and data.
The threat landscape is rapidly evolving. An MSSP responds to a growing threat landscape by responding to these risks using smarter 24x7x365 intelligence-driven security services that focus on maximizing resource efficiency and minimizing damage. Cyber threats are everywhere, with every type and size business at risk of a breach. Many organizations are looking to experienced 3rd-party managed security providers to address this proliferation of cybercrime.
NeoSystems takes on the day-to-day defense of your infrastructure by maximizing your security technology investments through 24x7x365 managed security services; monitoring and managing your network security, systems and data.
Mitigating the growing number of threats to IT security can be a daunting task. Performing a security assessment can provide the critical insight and data you need to develop the most effective cyber security strategy for your organization. And if you are a government contractor or sub-contractor, you must now provide evidence as to how you are protecting Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) in order to show FAR/DFARS compliance.
NeoSystems Security Assessment and Advisory Services identify and quantify risks, and document the effectiveness of existing controls. This enables you to make smarter decisions about your current security profile and any potential new investments that are required. Most IT teams lack the expertise, resources or bandwidth to manage security assessment initiatives, and NeoSystems provides the know-how and expertise to fill the gaps. Let our team of MSSP security experts defend your systems and data.
Our security assessment and advisory services can help you:
Understand your current risk posture as compared to leading practices and compliance requirements
Reconcile current controls with your tolerance for risk
Document existing controls and security efforts
Identify and quantify risks to your information assets
Understand the strengths and weaknesses of your current defenses
Examine weaknesses from the perspective of the attacker
Align your IT risk management programs with your security and business goals
Identify areas of operation where the risk to your organization may be too high
Security and Incident Event Management
NeoSystems delivers Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) that offers a holistic view of an organization’s information security. SIEM works by combining two technologies: a) Security information management (SIM), which collects data from log files for analysis and reports on security threats and events, and b) security event management (SEM), which conducts real-time system monitoring, notifies network admins about important issues and establishes correlations between security events.
Our SIEM solution delivers:
Real-time visibility across your organization’s information security systems
Event log management that consolidates data from numerous sources
A correlation of events gathered from different logs or security sources, using if-then that turn raw data into intelligence
Automatic security event notifications plus dashboards for viewing security issues
Network Device Monitoring for DoD
Network device monitoring is critical to device availability – the simple probability that the device is available, up and running. And since any device, regardless of ruggedness, can fail, availability is defined as an average between the time the device is down, and the time taken to get it repaired and running again. Device availability is almost synonymous with network uptime, and reduced availability in one device can clog the entire traffic – one single component that is down or under-performing can cause bottlenecks that slow down entire networks.
NeoSystems’ Device Monitoring service directly addresses business issues before they become problems so you can:
Reduce labor costs: shorten support call duration by allowing key parameters to be viewed by helpdesk personnel
Receive timely notifications of low equipment inventory or consumables before they run out
Promptly address maintenance issues before problems escalate
Threat and Vulnerability Infrastructure
Organizations use threat and vulnerability management to preemptively defend against the exploitation of vulnerabilities in their company applications, software and networks. With NeoSystems’ Threat and Vulnerability Infrastructure, companies can effectively implement vulnerability management and become significantly safer from data breaches and theft. As a dedicated, best of breed managed IT security services provider, we strive to offer strong business value through our threat and vulnerability management solution so you can:
Accelerate decision-making with actionable intelligence on vulnerabilities and their remediation
Improve efficiency by correlating vulnerabilities with IT assets, and prioritizing remediation efforts based on the areas of highest criticality
Improve risk preparedness through an aggregated view of vulnerabilities across systems
Stay ahead of threats and vulnerabilities with early warning notifications and proactive remediation mechanisms
Gain agility through a flexible approach to threat and vulnerability remediation
Phases of Our Security Program Management
Gap assessment / responsibility matrix / roadmap
All required documentation – all required Policy, Procedures, Plans: ISPP, SSP, POA&M, ROB, IR, plan, CP, CM plan, AT plan
Awareness and training content
Periodic activities – security calendar
Continuous monitoring of control effectiveness – ensure all required processes operate in a mature, auditable manner
Test of incident response (annual)
Monthly status report and one-hour review meeting
On-demand access to security expertise
Audit support (present evidence to auditor, sit with auditor, respond to findings)
Configure and maintain scanners
Run scheduled scans (monthly per SLA, weekly by practice)
Mark accepted risks based on a service ticket initiated by client