Security Engineering Services
11CS provides support in security architecture, engineering, and piloting/staging for enterprise level systems. We use system engineering principles to design, engineer, and/or prototype security solutions that is robust, resilient, and scalable. Our background in various DoD projects allows us to work hand-in-hand and/or side-by-side with the customers as well as industry partners.
Cross Domain Solution (CDS) Engineering
CDS’ are highly secured controlled interface that allow limited communications between multiple security domains. 11CS engineers are well-versed in CDS requirements. Our capabilities include CDS engineering, certification and accreditation, and testing.
With extensive background in evaluating systems, 11CS offers a range of testing from high-level system analysis to penetration testing. Whether it’s reviewing documentation or on-site hands-on testing, we provide reports on methods, findings, and recommendations.
Risk Management Framework (RMF)
RMF guidance is developed by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Different organizations use the guidance to customize and tailor their own processes and procedures. DoD Instruction 8510.01 is a policy to implement RMF and describes the process in six major steps – system categorization, control selection, controls implementation, assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring. Our team members held positions as Functional Authorizing Official representative, validator, and security engineer to support RMF efforts. We can help with strategy and all other aspects of RMF process to achieve Authorization to Operate (ATO).
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