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Cyber Capabilities


Information Assurance and Cyber Defence

The DOTMLPFI Division of HUBZone HQ supports the architecting, design, development, testing, and deployment of multiple cybersecurity domains needed to secure modern information systems and technology. At HUBZone HQ we care about security and have committed ourselves to the highest standard in cybersecurity especially in emerging cutting edge security practices like DevSecOps and Compliance as Code. Whether your looking to just shore up your digital footprint or develop an offensive penetration and attack capability HUBZone HQ is the place for you and your organization.

Listed below is a meager sample of the cybersecurity domains our technology branch can support.

  • Access Controls Systems — Identity & Access Management-(IAM)
  • Cryptography
  • Security Architecture & Design
  • Telecommunications & Network Security
  • Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Software Development Security — DevSecOps
  • Security Compliance
  • Risk Management
  • Cloud Security
  • Incident Response — Security Automation-(SOAR)
  • Security Operations-(SOC)
  • Data Classification & Handling
  • Data Security
  • Endpoint Security
  • Physical & Environmental Security
  • Privacy
  • Security Engineering
  • Third-Party Security
  • Threat Management
  • Vulnerability & Patch Management
  • Web Security
  • Asset & Inventory Management
  • Offensive Security Automation
  • Cyber Influence Campaigns

Our History

From 2009- 2013, DOTMLPFI (A Division of HUBZone HQ) supported NATO ACT’s Technology and Human Factors (THF) Branch with one Information Assurance (IA) Senior Analyst in support of the Information Assurance Section of the Command and Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) Division of Headquarters Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (HQ SACT). DOT’s activities in support of the THF included concept and capability development in information assurance and cybersecurity as well as managing a research and development programme focused on developing, procuring, and implementing the next capabilities necessary for information and network security. This included supporting activities such as:

  • Developed the Cyber SharePoint site, and posted and updated all relevant Cyber documentation for the team to the SharePoint portal.
  • Assisted in developing the Handbook for Methodology for the Assessment of Cyber Defence measures deployed on NATO CIS, which was to be used by all NATO countries, and presenting it to a roundtable at NATO HQ in Brussels along with the project leads.
  • Assisted in planning and running the twice-yearly TIDE Sprint event which included hundreds of attendees from military, industry, and academia.
  • Assisted in planning and running Cyber Defense workshops with representatives from Academia, including with the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) in Washington, DC.
  • Traveled to NATO countries with the head of the Cyber Defense team to run weeklong information gathering workshops with national representatives from the defense ministries and gathered feedback for inclusion into the final deliverable.

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