As security threats have become more highly evolved, federal agencies must also be able to adapt and implement dynamic methods for dealing with cyber security issues. Recent events have exposed the fact that federal agencies are susceptible to data privacy risk from both internal and external threats. In order to mitigate the risk of having private information compromised, many organizations have developed cyber security protocols to handle both the electronic and personnel aspects of information management. The White House has identified cyber security as one of the most serious economic and national security challenges faced by the country today, emphasizing the need to identify and eliminate current digital threats and to strengthen the future federal cyber security environment.
Utilize Oxford’s cyber security practice to assess your current security protocols, conduct a threat assessment, or establish and strengthen your agency’s cyber standards and policies. The end result will be a safer digital working environment. Oxford concentrates on developing security policies that are inclusive of overall organizational IT needs and culture, keeping a clear focus on the core business functions and key activities that a federal agency has been tasked with. Oxford aligns IT Security plans with an agency’s overall IT Strategy, creating unified digital environments for our clients that are secure from threats, both now and in the future. Oxford ensures that security policies directly support an agency’s vision and mission, never deviating from the intended strategic path. Our project managers, information architects, and cyber security consultants ensure that the most modern and proven methods are used to create a secure work environment, aligned with NIST, FedRAMP, OMB, GAO, and all departmental requirements.