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.
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.
Our client struggled to meet and reflect compliance against reportable metrics identified within the DoD CIO Cyber Hygiene Scorecard.
Sentar established the D2D Transition Assessment Support (TAS) Team to provide initial risk posture documentation for the client.
Due to the unique operational nature of client devices, the Med-COI transition required a tailored approach to the Risk Management Framework (RMF).
During the build of the client’s most comprehensive modeling simulation, there was a requirement for a high level assurance of the security of the code.
DA/SE tackles the “false positive problem” in static scanning by using dynamic analysis to assess every possible code-execution path.
A long-term solution was developed after the unsuccessful implementation of a 3rd party overlay to client sensors and control systems.
Sentar implemented cybersecurity requirements and solutions during system development to prevent vulnerabilities and a costly redesign of the Objective Simulation Framework.