Security

PSL partners with strong cyber security firms to offer cutting-edge threat detection and analysis to protect your data.

Cloud Security in the form of data protection, user authentication and access control is the most pressing concern for Cloud usage, according to Computer World. The Gartner CIO Survey 2015 indicates 40% of all enterprises will require strong security as a pre-condition for using any type of cloud services by 2017. PSL’s security is unmatched with AES encryption, two-factor authentication, unique digital certificates, password policy management, advanced system permission rules, invisible token technology, and new on-line token activation.

As a FireEye partner, PSL provides end-to-end information assurance (IA) and security engineering solutions of systems and software solutions. Our core cyber security practice focuses on IA analyses; assessments, testing, architecture, compliance, computer network defense, certification and accreditation (C&A), and network security support. We researched and analyzed DoD and civilian federal agency policies to mitigate problems that may impact the implementations and security programs. PSL incorporates security requirements for cyber security assessment and authorization, maps the requirements to security-related areas, conducts security risk analysis, and reports findings.

DirectRM 2-Factor Authentication

DirectRM 2-Factor Authentication offers your enterprise Identity and Access Management, Secure Remote and Local Access, Data Protection, Secure Cloud Storage, Identity Protection and Theft Prevention. Our comprehensive cyber security solution includes:

8 Methods of 2-Factor Authentication

End Point Security

SSL/VPN and Firewall

Single Sign on (SSO)

Hair and Fiber Forensics with Extensive Reporting

Professional Security Consulting Services

How Does 2-Factor Authentication Work?

Two-factor authentication bases security not only around something you know, such as a user name and password, but also includes something you have, referred to as a “token.” This token can be a physical device, like your smartphone, or a piece of software, known as a soft token. The token generates a dynamic one time password(OTP) based on a unique algorithm and is seeded to each individual user. When you want to access your account, the user generates an OTP with their token and the system verifies it to grant access.

Cyber Security Solutions

Threat Analysis & Development

Reverse Engineering & Malware Analysis

Vulnerability Assessments

Network Intrusion Detection & Response

Rapid software development & analysis of cyber security capabilities

Innovative solutions in support of the comprehensive National Cyber Security Initiative

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