Exeter has more than 14 years’ experience bringing cybersecurity expertise to the Federal Government, ranging from vulnerability assessments to cyber-education and research and development. We have provided a full range of services to our clients, from transitioning to the Risk Management Framework (RMF) from Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Processes (DIACAP) for individual IT programs, to national-level policy efforts, including the Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.
Exeter’s highly experienced and credentialed cybersecurity engineers provide state-of-the-art information assurance and computer network defense. We have employed a portfolio of tools and techniques, such as vulnerability scanners, incident response capability, and flaw remediation, to name a few, to secure client cyberspace and the underlying infrastructure.
We have assisted both federal civilian and DoD organizations in securing their operational environments, defining their security policy, and implementing refined security practices according to improved federal standards. Moreover, Exeter is capable of providing our DoD clients with a unique perspective by virtue of our support to NIST in the establishment of the RMF as we execute their implementation of DoD Instructions 8500.01, 8510.01, and NIST’s 800 series Special Publications.
Our approach is focused on specific aspects of Cybersecurity in which we excel. Our distinctive expertise includes:
- Network Defense and Operational Assessment
- Security Research and Development
- Cyber Education and Security Awareness
- FISMA and Risk Management
- Secure Operations and Engineering
We provide invaluable support to our clients by helping them Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover as they execute critical Government missions.