MS CyRIGo Information Technology services are designed to support individuals seeking a career in Cybersecurity and growing businesses by offering a solution detailed throughout the website and below.  Our approach is to implement a proactive methodology to problem solving, strategy to disaster recovery, executing security best practices, and maintain readiness against cybersecurity risks.  

In addition, leverage cybersecurity training to improve exposure to awareness concepts, terminology and activities that build on the first line of defense, which is developing and investing in your staff to drive an integrated approach.  

Certifications can fast-track your career in cyber security.     The need for cybersecurity services globally is projected to increase 12 percent each year until 2021, due to the expansion of IoT (internet of things).   According to CompTIA, IT professionals are in demand and the outlook for continued technology job growth is strong.   It has been reported that more than 50% of organizational breaches were the result of human error which is increasing the need for skilled cybersecurity professionals.  MS CYRIGO’s vast portfolio of training courses provide the opportunity to learn the fundamentals and learn advanced cybersecurity techniques.  


Organizations can differ in the risk models, assessment approaches, and analysis approaches that they prefer for a variety of reasons.  Organizational risk determines which risk models, assessment approaches, and analysis approaches are used.  MS CyRIGo utilizes the following tiers to complete our risk assessment processes:  Organizational, Mission/  Business, Information System and Communications/Information.   We encourage defining a targeted risk assessments specific to your organization. 
Source: NIST 800 Series


An information security assessment is the process of determining how  an entity being assessed (e.g., host, system, network, procedure, person—known as the assessment object) meets specific security objectives.  Learning what information resides on the network and identifying 
network exposures are types of assessment methods that can be used to accomplish this—testing, examination, and interviewing.  We follow NIST standards  when completing  our assessments.  
Source:  NIST 800 Series.


NIST Framework is the guide of best practices for security audits and compliance.  Implementing policy at the organizational level can also drive implementation of controls by
outlining the negative consequences of non-compliance.  In addition, we offer audits for compliance standards such as: FedRAMP, Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 27000 Series, System and Organization Controls Report (SOC) 1 & 2, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), and EU-US Privacy Shield, etc.   

Business Continuity

  Disaster Recovery 

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Effective contingency planning begins with the development of a contingency planning policy and subjection of each information system to a business impact analysis (BIA). This facilitates prioritizing the systems and processes based on the FIPS 199 impact level and develops priority recovery strategies for minimizing loss.  These guidelines determine information system impact to organizational operations and assets, and individuals.  A coordinated strategy involving plans, procedures, and technical measures that enable the recovery of information systems, operations, and data after a disruption.  The formula used examines three security objectives: confidentiality, integrity, and availability.  
Source: NIST 800 Series

Employee Security

Awareness Training


An effective IT security awareness and training program explain proper rules of behavior for the use of IT systems and information.  The program communicates IT security policies and procedures that need to be followed. This must precede and lay the basis for any consequences imposed due to noncompliance.  Accountability must be derived from a fully informed, well-trained, and knowledgeable workforce.   Effective security must be  enterprise-wide, involving everyone in fulfilling security  responsibilities.  Each member of the group, from the newest employee to the chief executive, holds the power to harm or to help, to weaken or strengthen, the organization’s  security posture.  MS CyRIGo's training is designed to support the organizational mission and be relevant to the culture and IT architecture.

Source: NIST 800 Series


MS CYRIGO Inc. is affiliated with and actively engaged in many professional and industry organizations..  A service-disabled veteran and minority women-owned small business, we have contract vehicles to assist military, government, and private sector cyber security infrastructure needs.



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