Risk Management & Compliance  

The risk management framework and cybersecurity framework guidance along with the reports on compliance mandates are driving CEOs and key leaders to re-think cybersecurity and privacy. Risk management and compliance must address business requirements, digital capabilities and corporate legalities. 

Corporate due diligence and information protection in the digital age require a cross-section of business and cybersecurity operational practices specific to your risk scenarios.  At EmeSec, we are helping our clients consider not only the traditional defensive deployments and tasks but also the preventative DevSecOps “call-to-action” mentality. Using an Information Technology (IT) solutions provider may not be the solution that addresses the totality of digital transformation. 

Our risk mitigation services respond to the “stress” points executives and key leaders silently acknowledge to themselves or whisper in off line meetings.  Risk management and compliance solutions at EmeSec address the expanded liabilities associated with marketing and social media, business development, project performance and customer operations as well as other aspects  of revenue generation. Our services specifically align to these new digital and data protection realities: 



Risk Assessment & Auditing

With the emphasis on Risk Management Framework, the Cybersecurity Framework, and Supply Chain protections, public and private organizations are focusing on a variety of risk assessment and auditing to evaluate and then measure the performance of cybersecurity and privacy responses. From traditional system-level risk assessments to enterprise evaluations against global standards such as NIST, ISO and EU-GDPR, EmeSec addresses risk for organizations of all sizes. Our approach to auditing aligns to the NIST risk management framework (RMF) for critical infrastructure protection.

In today's business environment, many organizations have the ability to demonstrate trust and confidence to customers by using third -party risk assessments.  These results are valuable tools and measures for budgeting, planning and maturing a more comprehensive information security and privacy program.

At EmeSec, our specialty is the small and medium sized businesses (SMBs). We focus on the potential exposures related to privacy and liability and the associated costs and expenses that impact profit and loss. Ask us about our customized plans to ensure your high performance.


Depending on the organization’s needs, we deliver:

  • Templates for a variety of policies, plans and procedures
  • Security and technical testing
  • Analysis of supply chain and service level issues


What is the EmeSec Solution?

The EmeSec Solution is all about simplifying cybersecurity and privacy compliance for your organization.

Cybersecurity and privacy compliance can be complex.  Getting services that are customized to make translating costs, completing activities, speeding changes, and making the underlying requirements more convenient and achievable. 

The EmeSec solution delivers the customized approach, in context with your needs, and in a manner that raises your overall organizational performance while helping to transfer the knowledge to your organization.  We are constantly teaching – knowing that when you keep us on long term contract it’s for ongoing improvement in your business or organization. 


The benefits delivered by EmeSec include:

  • Greater focus on your organizational mission by your experts
  • Demonstrated due diligence and objectivity on capabilities and performance
  •  Higher performance, quicker responses, and higher resiliency without increasing your full time labor count


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The CUI basic and derived security requirements established by NIST give contractors a platform for evaluating their data protection and a framework for enhancing foundational security. However, for many small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), this unwieldy mandate, which is hidden in the DFARS language, can be a barrier to entry or a regulatory requirement that is forcing their exit from the federal marketplace.
— Maria Horton, CEO