Kaimetrix is a thought-leader delivering advanced cybersecurity services. Our cybersecurity professionals assist organizations in conducting self-assessments, implementing security controls, and administering ongoing cybersecurity practices to meet federal, regulatory, and legal compliance standards. This includes:
- Department of Defense (DoD) DFARS Clause 252.204-7012
- National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-171
- Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
- Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)
- And more… (FISMA, FEDRAMP, SOC2, GDRP, etc.)
How can Cybersecurity Services help?
Security is at the forefront of technology insertion. Businesses are required to comply with evolving security regulations and have a responsibility to maintain a mature baseline cybersecurity posture. Most organizations, even those with internal IT departments, do not have the full depth of expertise needed to achieve cyber-resilience. Outsourcing security to a specialized professional organization like Kaimetrix reduces cyber risk and expedites achieving cybersecurity compliance required to operate.
Why choose Kaimetrix as your partner?
Kaimetrix specializes in both offensive and defensive cyber operations. Our cybersecurity staff provide world-wide cybersecurity engineering, operations, and support to some of the most complex endeavors in the industry. Taking a technology-agnostic approach, Kaimetrix recommends incremental enhancements to rapidly improve the security posture, close gaps where security threats and vulnerabilities are present, and reduce ongoing regulatory compliance costs.
How do Cybersecurity Services work?
Utilizing the NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF), Kaimetrix offers an end-to-end approach to rapidly assist your organization in achieving cybersecurity compliance or advancing the security posture of your information systems. Our approach uses three phases that can be tailored to any size organization which include: (1) Initial Baseline Security Assessment, (2) Security Control Recommendations and Implementation, and (3) Ongoing Cyber-Resilience Support.