Abrams is a full-service security firm offering
Big 4 services at boutique firm pricing.
From governance, risk and compliance to
real-time threat analysis and mitigation,
we've got it covered.
PCI-DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, FISMA, SSAE 16 & SOC,
GLBA, ISO, Data Privacy, Critical Infrastructure...
From readiness assessments to compliance
certifications, Abrams is your partner.
We offer a variety of customizable
products and services to help
organizations of all sizes reduce
risk and protect assets.
Our full service SOC offers proactive
monitoring, detection, and mitigation
services around the clock, 24x7x365.
Abrams Security is a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) Company recognized by the PCI Security Standards Council. Our focus is on Cybersecurity, Risk Management, and Compliance related products & services. We have established partnerships with some of the Nation’s top research and analytics firms, fostering collaborative, risk-appropriate solutions for organizations of every size.
When you choose Abrams, you're choosing a partner who will simplify the compliance process - from readiness assessments for those gearing up for an audit to evaluating mature security and compliance programs - we're with you every step of the way.
Abrams offers a broad range of customizable products and services to keep your organization on track and on budget. Whether you simply need an on-demand trusted advisor or holistic managed services - we've got you covered.
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