Aerstone provides commercial, government, and non-profit organizations the security and know-how they need to minimize cybersecurity risk, and safeguard information and infrastructure.
Our team loves a challenge! We believe in pushing ourselves to solve hard problems, and to exceed client expectations. Aerstone employees work tirelessly to keep your most sensitive information secure.
The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) contains a new clause, “Safeguarding Covered Defense Information and Cyber Incident Reporting” which requires all DoD prime contractors and subcontractors to implement “adequate security” based on a set of security controls. Let Aerstone help your organization achieve compliance with this important regulation.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) was created to standardize the approach to security assessments, authorization, and continuous monitoring for all cloud-based products and services across the federal government. Let Aerstone help your organization save significant time and money by preparing you for a 3PAO FedRAMP audit.
Aerstone is certified as a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) by the PCI Security Standards Council. Our penetration testing and security assessment team will ensure your information processing systems are tested and evaluated against the most current vulnerability intelligence and exploitation methods threatening your system today.
Aerstone’s team of penetration testers uses a combination of commercial, open source, and proprietary technologies to identify vulnerabilities in your network or applications. All systems are vulnerable; some systems are more vulnerable than others. Aerstone can help identify weaknesses in your security posture, before a breach occurs.
Today’s fast pace of technological change places your company’s privacy program at a disadvantage, and may expose your organization to reputational, legal, or financial risk. Aerstone’s privacy services are customizable to meet both government and commercial requirements, including both Program Assessments and Impact Assessments.
Cybercrime by the Numbers
The threat is real
billion in worldwide losses
thousand incidents reported
percent of companies attacked
thousand dollars average loss
SOURCE: Industry and Government Cybercrime Reports, 2016