Expanding Our Experience with CIO-SP4, SeaPort, and More

Here at Entrust Solutions, we pride ourselves on continually diversifying our experience and our client base. Although we are a small business, our innovative technology and top-notch staff position us at the cutting edge of multiple tech fields, including cybersecurity, machine learning, software development, and IT contracting for government agencies. Over the years, we have… Read more »

6 Cyber Security Transformation Steps for Success

The most direct path to comprehensive cyber security is by choosing to undergo a cyber security transformation. This is a valuable way to ensure that your organization has proactive fortification against a wide array of cyber threats. There are 6 main cyber security transformation steps: Decide whether to contract help. Review and assess vulnerabilities. Prioritize… Read more »

Cybersecurity for Internet of Moving Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming the backbone for everything from big data and business intelligence to health, entertainment, communication, shipping, and transportation. At the same time, cyber threats to IoT devices are on the rise, posing risks to both businesses and consumers. CSO reports that IoT devices faced three times more attacks in… Read more »

Risk Management Framework at Entrust Solutions: Our Experience, Approach, and Advice

For many government agencies and their contractors who deal with sensitive data, following the Risk Management Framework (RMF) guidelines is required by federal law. But implementing a high-quality RMF goes far beyond simply checking off each protocol one by one. Agencies and contractors engaged with RMF need to have a clear understanding of why this… Read more »

What Is the Relationship Between NIST, FISMA, and FedRAMP?

As rapid technology changes continue in the defense industry, security, risk, and compliance concerns are at the forefront of every contractor’s mind. With so many different policies and regulations regarding NIST, FISMA, and FedRAMP, how can contractors ensure they know how all three of these entities are connected and function within the U.S. Department of… Read more »

12 Government Contracting Industry Trends in I.T.

If your organization aims to win contracts with the federal government, it’s important to stay informed about the latest government contracting industry trends. Knowing how contracts with the Department of Defense and other government entities are changing can allow you to adapt and better position your business to win upcoming contracts. Read about 12 of… Read more »

Vulnerability Remediation Best Practices for Your Business

Vulnerability remediation best practices include: Understanding your existing infrastructure Having the right scanning tools Creating a system for prioritization Involving your whole team A growing number of business owners recognize the importance of reducing their IT vulnerabilities. You want to protect your assets, including every part of your IT infrastructure that has value to your… Read more »

Information Technology Careers for Veterans

If you’re a current or former service member looking to transition into a civilian career, you may want to look into information technology careers for veterans. Many tech companies offer not only high-paying and stable careers, but also are eager to hire veterans with a wide range of abilities. And for veterans who already have… Read more »

Military Training Simulation Software: Artificial Intelligence for Armed Servicemembers

You may be aware that the military uses “war games” to train its soldiers, but what exactly is military training simulation software? Broadly speaking, military simulations can refer to a wide range of training methods. Militaries have used everything from mathematical models to comprehensive rehearsals of strategies and weapons in a non-combative environment to prepare… Read more »

Proactive vs Reactive Cyber Security for Your Business

When researching how to safeguard your organization’s sensitive data, you might stop to ask yourself, “What is proactive vs reactive cyber security?” Proactive cyber security involves identifying and addressing security risks before an attack occurs, whereas reactive cyber security involves defending against attacks that have already happened. From company finances to business intelligence, customer information,… Read more »