Ingalls Information Security  

Woodworth,  LA 
United States
http://www.iinfosec.com
  • Booth: 2673


Ingalls is the DoD Cybersecurity Solutions Expert.

Ingalls Information Security has diverse experience across military/defense intelligence, network security, information assurance, and cybersecurity solutions. Our Security Operations Center (SOC) analysts specialize in addressing active threats and preventing future hackers from threatening your business and information.

Ingalls’ expertise in DoD cyber focuses on the following business lines of service:

  • Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Preparation and Consultation
  • Authorization to Operate (ATO) Support
  • Risk Management Framework (RMF) Roles
  • Cybersecurity Assurance Readiness (CSAR)
  • Viewpoint, a patented Cybersecurity Data Visualization tool

As a key player in the cybersecurity industry, we know what it takes to secure and protect our nation’s IT infrastructure. We provide comprehensive solutions to support CMMC practices and help DoD contractors prepare for a CMMC assessment. CMMC services are powered by FutureFeed, an industry leading platform, that enables cohesive management and continuous monitoring of compliance. 

Ingalls’ CSAR software supports an agile, continuous delivery approach for developing, evaluating, and assessing cybersecurity processes. Plus, CSAR Advisor and Risk Management Teams monitor applications progressing through CSAR and interact directly with users by providing recommendations and remediation support.

Our U.S.-patented Viewpoint™ software provides a 3D visualization of network traffic overlaid with security alerts and other relevant discrete data to give security professionals the ability to see and interact with data spatially.

Stop by booth #2673 for a demo of CSAR, CMMC FutureFeed, and Viewpoint.


 Videos

CSAR (Cybersecurity Assurance Readiness) Demo

 Press Releases

  • Woodworth, LA, May 17, 2022: Ingalls Information Security (“Ingalls”) has won a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract to support the US Air Force in their efforts to on-board innovative XR (Mixed Reality) technologies and manage the Authorization To Operate (ATO) requirements necessary to do so. This multi-year, Small Business Innovation and Research (SBIR) Phase III contract is being awarded for the enhancement and maintenance of a Cybersecurity Assurance Readiness (CSAR) tool developed by Ingalls.

    Jason Ingalls, Founder & CEO of Ingalls says, “We are thrilled to receive this contract award to continue support of CSAR for the next three years. Ingalls is a proud supporter of the US Air Force’s effort to innovate at the speed of relevance.”

    CSAR will support the DoD’s mission to field systems at the “speed of innovation” while ensuring cybersecurity requirements are met. CSAR is improving the ATO process by:

    • Transforming AF Mandatory forms into easy, manageable sections presented in a logical and sequential format enabling speedy determination of categorization, baseline controls, and assessment path – answering once to eliminate duplication of questions. 
    • Identifying baseline security controls (technical, operational, and management), building threat matrices, and informing risk while the application is being developed – building in security, not bolting it on.  
    • Reducing lead time for compliance by assessing applications with an agile, DevSecOps approach. 
    • Providing a dashboard view for visibility of key cybersecurity controls assessed in the software factory pipeline combined with operational and management controls for supply chain risk management. 
    • Offering a technology-enabled solution with expert “Human-in-the-Loop" support at key Checkpoints.

    “CSAR will change the “snapshot in time” and paper drill compliance approach to a culture where automation and real-time continuous risk monitoring is tightly coupled with supply chain risk management and integrated software factories - which is what the DoD has been striving for,” says Ms. Brandi Pickett, Director of Government Programs.

    Ingalls will enhance CSAR with capabilities that enhance visibility into the ATO status of any enrolled project, for both Authorizing Official staff and the Risk Management Team.

    Ingalls is working closely with Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Simulations Division Innovation Cell, Dynepic’s MOTAR Team, and stakeholders participating in the Lightweight Simulator Ecosystem (LSE). The collaboration is fostering a built-in, not bolted-on, cybersecurity attitude.

    CSAR builds upon the Air Force (AF) Simulators Division’s Simulator Common Architecture Requirements and Standards (SCARS) umbrella initiative by establishing approved baselines, cybersecurity roadmaps, and policies needed for an increased focus on commonality and interoperability for all DoD training efforts. CSAR advances AF commitment for Continuous ATO state, Software Modernization Transformation, and active cyber monitoring.

    If you’d like to learn more, please contact us here and follow us on LinkedIn.
     

    About Ingalls

    Ingalls has provided cybersecurity consulting, testing, managed detection and incident response services since 2010.  Operating in war rooms and boardrooms, and investigating computer networks targeted by criminals and nation-state-sponsored hackers, Ingalls’ experience hones a powerful edge in preventing and responding to cyberattacks.  The company’s core focus is establishing Louisiana as a cybersecurity center of excellence. 


    Media Contact

    Brandi Pickett, Director of Government Programs brandi.pickett@iinfosec.com 

  • Woodworth, La, May 4, 2021 – Ingalls Information Security, a Louisiana based cybersecurity services company, announces its patent award for Viewpoint™, a network security monitoring and correlation system that provides a three-dimensional (3D) visualization of network traffic overlaid with security alerts and other relevant discrete data. This innovative software gives security professionals the ability to see and interact with data spatially, eliminating the need to scroll through massive spreadsheets of technical data. This quantum leap forward in cybersecurity data visualization provides capabilities that have never existed before.

    There’s a big problem in cybersecurity: current tools all present information the same way - as a spreadsheet with rows and rows of information that must be individually read, considered, and added to an analyst’s mental model of what is being investigated.  “It’s like trying to watch a baseball game through a drinking straw. You never see the whole picture” Jason Ingalls, Chief Executive Officer, explains, “That’s why we built Viewpoint™, to visualize every actor and every event in the cyberspace that we have data for, so we can understand what’s going on and take action a lot faster. We can literally walk through a network node-by-node to trace an event all the way back to its source.”  By adding an intuitive element designed for the way the human brain works, Viewpoint™ lets security professionals gain rapid situational awareness that’s not possible in other data presentation systems. 

    Viewpoint™ was designed for Mission Defense Teams, Cyber Protection Teams (CPTs), Incident Responders (IR), Security Operations Centers (SOC), and those in Virtual and Augmented Reality Cyber Support (VR/AR) who must be able to quickly identify attacks through timely analysis of data in order to effectively protect our nation’s most critical infrastructure.

    Brandi Pickett, Director of Ingalls Government Programs division, adds, “We are extremely excited to be part of the VRARA Central Florida Chapter. Ingalls has been in the VR/AR space for a number of years from developing Viewpoint™ to supporting small businesses with VR/AR capabilities to become CMMC ready. It’s great to know we share the same passion for VR/AR technology with this chapter and we look forward to expanding the ecosystem.”

    "The use of VR & AR technologies have finally made it to the tipping point of mass adoption and new application areas such as in Cyber Security are unlocking a tremendous amount of value and opportunity.  I am thrilled that Ingalls Information Security has joined the VRARA and look forward to their leadership in promoting the adoption of immersive technology in the area of information security" says John Cunningham, Chapter President, VRARA Central Florida.

    Viewpoint video: https://vimeo.com/361134568

    If you’d like to learn more, please contact us here and follow us on LinkedIn.

    About Ingalls

    Ingalls has provided cybersecurity consulting, testing, managed detection and incident response services since 2010.  Operating in war rooms and boardrooms, and investigating computer networks targeted by criminals and nation-state-sponsored hackers, Ingalls’ experience hones a powerful edge in preventing and responding to cyberattacks.  The company’s core focus is establishing Louisiana as a cybersecurity center of excellence. 


    Media Contact

    Kim Buckley, Director of Marketing kim.buckley@iinfosec.com 


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