Whether physical or virtual, certain critical infrastructure sectors whose assets, systems, and networks are considered so vital that their incapacitation or destruction would have a debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination thereof.
Straife’s subject matter experts draw upon their deep experience and extensive research to discern the key insights that lead to practical federal solutions to complex problems. We help advance, strengthen, and maintain essential elements to create a secure, functioning, and resilient critical infrastructure. Our services cover the full spectrum of needs, from strategy to service management to network transformation and more.
Managing risk is a shared responsibility among all critical infrastructure stakeholders, including governments, industry partners, first responders, and non-government organizations. Straife conducts specialized field assessments to identify vulnerabilities, interdependencies, capabilities, and cascading effects on a nation’s critical infrastructure. Our services include Internal Process Assessment, Organizational Needs Assessment, Deficiency Identification, Physical and Cyber Security Threat Modeling, and Physical and Cyber Penetration Testing.
The protection and resilience of a nation’s critical infrastructure and key resources require an effective partnership framework that fosters integrated, collaborative engagement and interaction among public and private sector partners. With a thorough understanding of cross-sector critical infrastructure security and resilience issues, Straife provides recommendations on a nation’s infrastructure and advises on best practices, security protocol review and development, continuity of operations, and resilience planning, as well as capacity building.
Our expert consultants’ team offers a wide array of training programs to government and other public sector partners. These virtual independent study courses, instructor-led courses, and continued education provide government officials and critical infrastructure owners and operators with the knowledge and skills needed to implement critical infrastructure security and resilience activities.