Solution Areas
We leave organizations better than we find them - from compliance preparation to enterprise security implementations.
Regulatory Compliance
We help organizations meet regulatory requirements set forth by their customers across the federal government and foreign nations. Regulations we focus on are DFARS, NIST, and GDPR; however, our project experience far exceeds these listed. Services come in these forms:

  • Office 365 Tenant Assessment and Baseline
  • Tenant Design Customization
  • Detailed Requirements Definition and Prioritization
  • Cyber Incident Report

Post Implementation Support and Continuous Monitoring
Taking our regulatory compliance services past initial tenant configuration and baselining of your Microsoft platform/systems, the vast majority of our projects lead into further custom work to adequately protect secure and classified information. Common areas of customization:

  • Mobile Device Management (MDM)
  • Azure Rights Management Services (RMS)
  • Multi Factor Authentication (MFA)
  • O365 Application Security Configuration

Office 365 Security
We take organizational and functional business requirements and translate them into custom security and governance solutions. By custom, our intent is to take best practices and our leading innovations and apply them to your unique business case. Often this means applying out of the box Microsoft products in a way that is suitable to the way you work, yet protects your organization, users, and IP. Example outcomes or implementations:

  • Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)
  • Office 365 Cloud App Security
  • Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
  • Intune (MDM) and MFA
  • Governance Documentation and Policies

Azure Security
Rather Azure Active Directory Synchronization or deploying premium security features; our team can increase your organization’s secure cloud portfolio. We work with varying organizations to plan their move to Azure or better manage the current environment they have in the cloud. Some specific areas covered:

  • Azure Security Center
  • AAD B2C
  • MFA
  • Domain Services

Uncover risk and take action
Our Cloud security expertise
Using Microsoft technology to form the basis of our DFARS and GDPR solutions
  • Discover and catalog data sources
  • Increase visibility with auditing capabilities
  • Identify where personal info resides across devices, apps, and platforms
  • Enforce use policies and access controls across your systems
  • Classify data for simplified compliance
  • Respond to data requests and transparency requirements
  • Protect user credentials with risk-based conditional access
  • Safeguard data with built-in encryption technologies
  • Detect and rapidly respond to intrusions with built-in controls
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Customers Secured
405
Environments Secured
5600
Documents Secured
1000000
Backsides Secured
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Security and Compliance Resources
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DFARS Webinar Recording February 2018
What is CUI
DFARS Webinar Recording December 2017
Office 365 DFARS Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers) – Part 7
Office 365 DFARS Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers) – Part 6
3 ways that your Information Architecture will change with Hub Sites
Office 365 Licensing Guide for Government Contractors
Guardians of the Microsoft Cloud Galaxy – Retention, eDiscovery, and AIP
External Content Sharing in Office 365
DFARS Webinar Recording November 2017
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We Plan & Sketch .
We Design & Develop .
We Test & Deliver .
Every compliance scenario is different!

Our expertise is centered on helping organizations find gaps and fill them with the appropriate licensing, feature deployments, configuration and policies.

In 2017, 87% of all contracts issued by the Department of Defense included the DFARS 7012 clause.  DoD contractors awarded contracts with DFARS 7012 clause are subject to ensuring that information systems are properly secured.  There is no way around it.  You can’t ignore it.  There are three primary requirements comprise the DFARS 7012 Clause; Provide Adequate Security, Cyber Incident reporting and Contract Flowdown.

There are 23 categories in the CUI registry alone.  However, every company will have information that falls into at least four of the most common categories; privacy, procurement and acquisition, proprietary information and tax documents.  To complicate matters, the information is spread across file shares, email, collaboration systems, proposal management systems, mobile devices, Line of Business (LoB) systems and company laptops.

Environments we configure (2017 Trends)

Office 365 Only 65%
Azure 20%
Office 365 Hybrid 10%
On Premises Only 5%
Process all in one place
Consolidate to further your reach
Centralize processing in a single system,  simplifying data management, governance,  classification, and oversight.
Maximize your protections
Lean on Microsoft's investment in security
Protect data with industry leading encryption and security technology that’s always up-to-date and assessed by experts.
Streamline your security and compliance
Create a future-proof security and compliance plan
Utilize services that already comply with complex, industry-recognized standards to more easily meet new requirements and baseline your governance.
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DOJ Announces Settlement Agreement with Netcracker for Violating U.S. ITAR Controls

DOJ Settlement with service company highlights concerns and lack of export control best practices for Contractors and Companies.

Office 365 and the Dept of Homeland Security Binding Operational Directive 18-01

While the BOD 18-01 is not compulsory for the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, or State and Local Governments, these policies and security protocols are strongly recommended and should be heeded by all agencies in public sector, as well as commercial companies.

First 2018 Webinar will include Microsoft Gov Cloud Representative

Date: February 8, 2018

Title: DFARS Policy Breakdown and Making Sense of Office 365 Licensing and Cloud Environments

Registration: Coming Soon

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