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Safeguard your digital assets with our comprehensive Cybersecurity services, delivering robust protection in an

ever-evolving cyber landscape. 

We evaluate an organization's current security posture, identify vulnerabilities, and recommend improvements. 

Security Assessment and Auditing

Prepare for and respond to cybersecurity incidents with a planned approach for handling security breaches and cyber attacks, as well as conducting post-incident investigations and mitigation actions.

Incident Response and Mitigation

Ensuring data confidentiality and integrity through encryption, data loss prevention (DLP) strategies, and privacy compliance consulting.

Data Protection and Privacy

Controlling user access to critical information within organizations, including multi-factor authentication, single sign-on, and identity governance.

Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Protecting applications from threats by ensuring security is incorporated into the software development life cycle through DevSecOps methodologies, including code reviews, security testing, and application firewalls.

Application Security

Assisting organizations in meeting the requirements of cybersecurity laws and regulations relevant to their industry, such as FISMA, NIST, GDPR, HIPAA, and others. NexGen specializes in helping federal systems meet Zero Trust Compliance requirements and accelerates the Authority to Operate (ATO) lifecycle.

Regulatory Compliance


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Expertise on the implementation of

Zero Trust Architecture 

NexGen employs advanced security protocols and continuous verification methods to rigorously safeguard federal systems against unauthorized access and breaches. By adhering to the strictest government standards and leveraging cutting-edge technology, we ensure that all access requests are meticulously authenticated and monitored, maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of sensitive federal data.

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Federal Leaders Speak Out

The Administration passed Executive Order 14028 in 2021 on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity, which aims to improve the security of the U.S. government and private sector's software and networks.


Key Points:

  • Remove Barriers to Threat Information Sharing Between Government and the Private Sector

  • Modernize and Implement Stronger Cybersecurity Standards in the Federal Government

  • Improve Software Supply Chain Security

  • Establish a Cyber Safety Review Board

  • Create Standardized Playbook for Responding to Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities and Incidents

  • Improve Investigative and Remediation Capabilities

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NexGen comprehensively understands and manages cybersecurity risks by evaluating the organizational context, identifying critical resources, and prioritizing efforts in alignment with our risk management strategy and business objectives.


NexGen implements robust safeguards to maintain the continuous delivery of our critical services, ensuring resilience against potential cybersecurity threats and minimizing impact.


We implement advanced monitoring and detection systems to promptly identify cybersecurity events, ensuring that threats are recognized in real-time for immediate action.


Upon detection of a cybersecurity incident, NexGen swiftly and strategically takes actions to contain and mitigate the impact, utilizing well-defined incident response protocols.


We focus on maintaining resilient plans and quickly restoring impaired services or capabilities post-incident, ensuring minimal disruption and a swift return to normal operations.

Our NIST-DrivenCybersecurity Approach:


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