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
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We offer a variety of customizable
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organizations of all sizes reduce
risk and protect assets.
Our full service SOC offers proactive
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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.
10/15/2018 -The Current State Of Cybersecurity Shows Now Is The Time For Zero Trust - Forbes
10/14/2018 - These and many other fascinating findings are from Wipro's State of Cybersecurity Report 2018. A copy of the report can be downloaded here (PDF, 96 pp., no opt-in). The study is based on four primary sources of data including primary research of Wipro ... moreDefense industry grapples with cybersecurity flaws in new weapons systems - Washington Post
10/14/2018 - Almost all of the U.S. military's newly developed weapons systems suffer from “mission-critical cyber vulnerabilities,” a review of government security audits conducted from 2012 to 2017 found, suggesting military agencies have rushed to computerize ... more