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Highly adaptive Cybersecurity Services


Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) Include a wide range of fields such as the seven-step Risk Management Framework services, information assurance, virus detection, zero trust architecture, network management, situational awareness and incident response, secure web hosting, backups, security services, and Security Operations Center (SOC) services. HACS vendors are cataloged under the 5 subcategories:


  • High Value Assessments
  • Penetration Testing
  • Risk and Vulnerability Assessment
  • Incident Response
  • Cyber Hunt


Application Security Testing:

Application Security Testing, or AST, is testing, analyzing, and reporting the security level of an application as it moves from early development stages through deployment and maintenance.


An effective AST program incorporates products, services, and solutions that continuously assess and address application vulnerabilities through the entire software development life cycle. An AST program should:


  • Reduce the number of vulnerabilities in released applications.
  • Mitigate the potential impact of the exploitation of undetected or unevaluated vulnerabilities.
  • Identify and address the root causes of vulnerabilities to prevent future recurrences.
  • Provide greater insight into the agency’s application security posture.


Zero Trust Architecture:

Zero trust is an approach to cybersecurity that goes beyond “trust but verify” and treats all networks and traffic as potential threats.


Zero Trust Architecture helps agencies build zero trust principles into industrial and enterprise infrastructure and workflows.

There is no single technology, product, or service that can achieve the goals of implementing a ZTA. A truly effective ZTA incorporates technologies that:


  • Authenticate, monitor, and validate user identities and trustworthiness.
  • Identify, monitor, and manage devices and other endpoints on a network.
  • Control and manage access to and data flows within networks.
  • Secure and accredit applications within a technology stack.
  • Automate security monitoring and connect tools across information systems.
  • Analyze user behavior and other data to observe real-time events and proactively orient network defenses.
  • Support IPv4 and IPv6.