Cybernamic, a joint venture between Graham Technologies — a leader in cybersecurity, management consulting, technology services, application engineering and maintenance support — along with our SBA protégé, Windwalker Group, announces that it has been awarded a prime contract to provide Security Control Assessment services to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)’s United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) supporting its Governance Communications Assessments & Classified Services (G-CACS III). Cybernamic will provide critical cybersecurity services which include automating security control assessments, penetration testing, cloud services, and essential program management services to improve the agency’s risk management capabilities.
Graham Technologies brings 15 years of experience uniquely positioning our team in supporting the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)’s USCIS mission including:
- Providing information technology (IT) expertise and the strategic vision necessary to enable USCIS to deliver effective, efficient, and secure immigration services and products
- Leading USCIS in the design, development, delivery, and deployment of IT services and solutions transforming the nation’s immigration system
- Guiding innovation and agency‐level cyber and information security oversight, governance, and compliance to ensure that USCIS IT infrastructure and information systems are appropriately secured to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the stored, transmitted, and processed information
- Improving infrastructure, systems, and data by evaluating, elevating and strengthening cybersecurity posture while enhancing USCIS’s monitoring programs and capabilities to proactively prevent, detect, respond and recover from advanced cyber threats
“Graham Technologies is well-versed in providing support for security control assessments and business process recommendations across the government for increased mission success. Our team brings extensive experience in automation leveraging cloud-based and open-source technologies to reduce operating costs and increase performance.”
— William Graham, CEO, Graham Technologies