A Comprehensive Government Security Services Provider

CyberDefenses (CDI), a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) is fully equipped and experienced at managed cybersecurity services, as well all aspects of security infrastructure design, operations management, support, training and certification for United States government agencies.

Beyond its core business of managed and project-based cyber-security services, the company provides staff augmentation services for special projects.

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Capabilities Statement

  • Threat Hunting
  • Network Security
  • Network Defense
  • PKI Management
  • Help Desk Support
  • Network Design
  • Threat Intelligence
  • Identity Management
  • Incident Response
  • Security Architecture
  • Project Integration
  • Certification Training
  • Network Operations
  • Information Assurance
  • SOC Operations
  • User Support
  • Systems Architecture
  • Threat Training
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The CyberDefenses Difference

  • Extensive, long-standing NOC experience
  • Subject matter expertise across all aspects of security operations, incident response, and threat intelligence
  • Ability to identify and capitalize on efficiencies that reduce cost and maximize performance
  • Military heritage drives a company culture of professionalism and mission dedication

Government Contracting

Our team is staffed with dedicated professionals who are heavily vetted and credentialed, and possess years of hands-on cybersecurity experience. Every organization deserves a military-grade defense.

GSA Advantage

Government Contract Vehicles

CyberDefenses services are available through the following contract vehicles:

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CyberDefenses - Airforce 26th NOS

Air Force 26 th NOS

26 NOS delivers 24×7 cyberspace availability to the warfighter, which provides computer network defense for the Air Force enterprise network in the Global Information Grid

CyberDefenses Responsibility

  • Management of the 26th Network Operations Squadron, recently named the first cyberspace weapon system to attain full operational capability
  • Operation and defense of the Air Force Enterprise Network (AFNET) Gateways
  • Command and control for 250 locations, with more than 1,100 wide area network circuits supporting warfighting efforts
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DISA’s Colombus Defense Enterprise Computing Center is responsible for the support of Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRnet) and the Secure Internet Protocol Router network (SIPRnet)

CyberDefenses Responsibility

  • 24X7 support for all aspects of development, testing, configuration, implementation and maintenance for all components that comprise the DoD DMZ, and B2B
  • NIPRnet and SIPRnet operate in 6,000+ locations worldwide, supporting the needs and missions of the three military departments, as well as 40+ defense agencies and department field activities
  • Network comprised of more than 25,000 servers and 6,000 network devices visible to the Internet
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25th Air Force

Twenty-Fifth Air Force (25 AF), also known as Air Force Intelligence, is a numbered air force (NAF) within the United States Air Force (USAF), and serves as the Air Force’s premier military intelligence organization. Its primary mission is to provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) products, applications, capabilities and resources, including cyber and geospatial forces and expertise.

CyberDefenses Responsibility

  • Subcontracted to IPSecure to provide Information Assurance and assessments according to NIST 800-53, ensuring that customers follow RMF
  • Review ATO renewals and conduct assessments to ensure compliance
  • Provide training on cybersecurity controls, NIST implementation, policies and procedures

Past Performance

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  • Network and server support contract for the Air Force at Nellis AFB
  • Top Secret Special Access Program Network
  • Managed 18 networks and over 300 servers
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  • Staff augmentation to design, build-out, configure, secure, patch, monitor, troubleshoot, and operate the computer network used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to reengineer Iraq’s critical infrastructure
  • Router, firewall, IDS, VOIP, DNS operations
  • Network traffic and bandwidth analysis, data, and root cause analyses
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  • Secured worldwide Air Force SharePoint portals
  • Refreshed Air Force Infrastructure on both SIPRNET and NIPRNET
  • Microsoft sub-contractor