COMPANY — History
A Decade Plus Of Corporate Experience
With a decade plus of differentiation, EmeSec is a living proof of how to lead a cloud-first technology strategy. EmeSec’s philosophy of ensuring, managing, and evolving security practices is essentially today’s approach to handling current threats to cyber and business.
“Don’t Rest on Your Laurels” is another mantra by which EmeSec has helped its customers face complex cyber challenges. More recently, EmeSec has taken proactive cyber steps to transform businesses and manufacturers as it relates to protecting information and data from incidents, leaks and breaches. Our cloud consulting services reflect the DevSecOps business mentality required for digital transformation and modernization at the due diligence and compliance levels.
Our presence and growth in this rapidly changing market is a testament to our ability to balance opportunity and risk for ourselves and our customers. We know the future is about secure connections whether between everyday users, third-parties, systems, or automated sensors. We build the same trusted connections with our clients. The greatest compliments we receive are referrals acknowledging that “we get the job done.”
ISO 9001:2015, ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011, ISO/IEC 27001:2013, ISO/IEC 17020:2012 and NIST 800 series requirements.
ISO IEC 20000
ISO IEC 27001
Founded as an Information Assurance (IA) business, EmeSec's capabilities now include a variety of advisory and assistance consulting, technical support, project development, and general engineering services. EmeSec earned global certifications as a means of improving performance, showcasing the strong business management of the company, and obtaining compliance with what some government agencies required in larger and larger RFPs. As the cloud infrastructure and the need for System Security Engineering (SSE) across the technology spectrum of cloud, mobile, and legacy system migration continues to expand, EmeSec has positioned itself to provide expertise that combines agile engineering and development efforts with an eye to the cyber and privacy threats that systems will inevitably face.