Technology Solutions

Information Assurance

Three Wire’s approach is more complex than just defense in depth. We understand the unique balances of operations and security. We equip organizations with point products, solutions, integration tools, and methodologies providing current and leading edge protections against emerging internal and external threats. We focus on the customer’s attack surface and team with our partners in industry and academia to create innovative defensive and offensive cyber solutions, thus mitigating risks to our customers.

“Records obtained by USA Today recently revealed that hackers infiltrated the Department of Energy’s computer system over 150 times between 2010 and 2014.”

— Eric Michael O’Neill, FoxNews.com

The cyberspace threat landscape is gaining complexity every day, and across all industries. The stakes have never been higher to provide business and government enterprise systems and data with the confidentiality, integrity, and availability needed to operate across this highly contested space. The adoption of the cloud, the proliferation of data and the new nature of digital services with high demands and expectations of openness and accessibility bring greater risks from cyber-attacks. Mitigating these risks requires a new approach that recognizes the modern, more distributed and open nature of networks, systems, and data as well as the need to be experts in responding to the inevitable attacks that will stress and possibly disable defenses.

Three Wire’s approach is more complex than just defense in depth. We understand the unique balances of operations and security. We equip organizations with point products, solutions, integration tools, and methodologies providing current and leading edge protections against emerging internal and external threats. We focus on the customer’s attack surface and team with our partners in industry and academia to create innovative defensive and offensive cyber solutions, thus mitigating risks to our customers. We partner with industry thought leaders and innovators to bring solutions that are ready for today’s cyber realities.

Our solutions work with new or existing deployed products to shrink the attack surface. We focus on core technologies such as continuous monitoring, real-time analytics, infrastructure hardening, cyber hygiene, vulnerabilities, and providing operational visibility into the customer’s cyber domain.

Our solutions provide continuous monitoring, real-time analytics, and leverage forensic data to assess the health of your networks, infrastructure, and systems to identify potential vulnerabilities.

Our solutions account for the reality that your end users are accessing systems and data spread across multiple clouds or data centers, likely to be integrated with other systems, with development and support teams that span multiple contracts or even multiple agencies.

Information Assurance

Areas of Expertise

  • Network Access Control
  • Network Visibility and Continuous Monitoring
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Data Loss Prevention
  • Insider Threat Analysis and Protection
  • Modern Security Architectures
  • Secure Application Development
  • Security Operations Support
  • Authorization and Accreditation

Contract Vehicles

GSA Schedule 70: GS–35F–0300T
GSA Schedule 738X: GS-02F-002GA
NASA SEWP V: NNG15SD25B
NITAAC CIO-CS: HHSN316201500037W
NITAAC CIO-SP3: HHSN316201200117W
GSA 18F BPA: GS–26F–CA015

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Case Study

MCFP Modernization Case Study

MC&FP Modernization

The Military Community & Family Enclave (MC&FP) needed to support their existing information technology (IT) systems, while at the same time transitioning them to a more advanced, accessible, and secure platform. MC&FP required a combination of management and reverse engineering of its existing systems, as well as creating interoperability with legacy systems. The new innovative technology solution connects multiple geographically dispersed groups, through an online portal community of interest (COI). Because the legacy solution was comprised of numerous IT environments, primarily surrounded by Oracle-based development, any new solutions needed to coexist with the legacy technology stack. It was crucial that MC&FP program leadership had visibility into the administration methodology of the legacy systems that host Military OneSource (MOS), and others.

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