TRANSCOM operates a global Common Computing Environment (CCE) that incorporates numerous applications that allow >3500 industry providers and DoD users to coordinate logistics needs for forward-deployed combat units. Sentar was tasked to modernize this global network.
Serving as TRANSCOM’S Cybersecurity Services Provider (CSSP), Sentar was tasked with conducting 24/7/365 Computer Network Defense (CND) operations to protect critical mission data and the global C3 network infrastructure used by 3500 industry and military staff worldwide.
The client identified several medical devices that required rapid cyber security authorization for network connectivity to support the COVID-19 pandemic response.
Subject: LRDR Industrial Control System (ICS) Cybersecurity & Risk Management Framework (RMF Solutions) The Challenge: The LRDR weapon system program is a $1B client acquisition
Sentar’s professionals worked with the client across a range of technical areas to monitor client network data for intrusions or malicious activity.
Over 75 federal contractors have relied upon Sentar’s experts to assess their cybersecurity posture and develop necessary procedures to achieve compliance on a fast-paced schedule.
The client is streamlining the Enterprise Data Virtualization enclave for the Military Health System (MHS). Our solution ensured disciplined policy implementation and continuous monitoring.
Our client struggled to meet and reflect compliance against reportable metrics identified within the DoD CIO Cyber Hygiene Scorecard.
The client is overhauling the Military Treatment Facilities (MTF) into one DHA enterprise, involving a massive transition of legacy networks and infrastructure.