MITS Cybersecurity Team has been designed to protect networks, computers, programs and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access.

This team has multiple senior-level software developers providing secure coding guidance for all stages of the software development lifecycle (SDLC).

They have over a decade of combined experience performing risk assessments at the requirements phase, identifying potential threats at the design phase, repeated scanning and best-practice programmatic support at the coding phase, vulnerability assessments at the testing phase, securing the server and network for the deployment phase, and ongoing vulnerability guidance throughout the life of the fielded product.

The MITS Cybersecurity Team is capable of not only running vulnerability scanning software and providing a report, but through years of software development experience, capable of performing manual code reviews in order to find potential software vulnerabilities at every level.

They work hand-in-hand with the development team in order to ensure vulnerabilities are properly fixed and detailed solutions are provided.

This team includes both cybersecurity and physical security experts.  With the current security environment, we promote a more proactive and adaptive approach. For example, we provide guidelines in our Risk Management Framework (RMF) that recommends a shift toward Continuous Monitoring (CM) and real-time assessments.