State of Federal IT Security
Efficient protection of information, and the infrastructure which processes it, is critical to the government’s ability to carry out various missions and functions. While government systems exist to perform services for citizens, a range of malicious actors — including hacktivists, nation-states, rogue state-sponsored groups, and hacker collectives — threaten the government’s ability to do so. In addition, government security personnel face natural and environmental threats, making for a complex threat landscape which must be addressed by cost-effective and robust security programs.
MindPoint Group, the IT Security Specialist
At MindPoint Group, we understand that the information technology (IT) security field includes a number of synonymous disciplines, including such hot-button labels as cybersecurity and information assurance.
MindPoint Group is an accomplished IT security solutions provider supporting federal government clients. Our collaborative, innovative approach ensures on-point delivery of cost-effective information security & privacy solutions that address, manage, and achieve our clients’ operational security missions, goals, and objectives.
We incorporate the latest industry drivers by keeping on top of emerging security policies, procedures, and technologies, as well as the regulations that govern them. And we help our federal clients establish and implement security programs that safeguard their information, networks, and infrastructure assets – with the end goal of ensuring a tangible return on their IT security investment.
MindPoint Group is privileged to support the following government clients:
- Department of Agriculture
- Department of Commerce
- Department of Homeland Security
- Department of Justice
- Department of Labor
- Department of Transportation
- Department of Treasury
- Department of Veteran Affairs
- Health and Human Services
- House of Representatives
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
- The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board
- U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
- U.S. Capitol Police
- U.S. Postal Service