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Cybersecurity One Framework


Cybersecurity One Framework

The Cybersecurity ‘One” Framework (CS1F) is in response to the threat to any organization, systems, and equipment which are ever growing in sophistication and potential harm. There is a common agreement that existing approaches to managing Cybersecurity needs to change.

The focus of the CS1F is mission / business focused providing a mechanism that enhances and achieves the cyber mission assurance (MA) of core business or mission processes and products. The Cybersecurity One Framework (CS1F) supplies a cybersecurity risk managed framework that is adapted from many frameworks but primarily the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and the Systems Security Engineering framework as part of NIST SP 800-160 Vol. 1. 

The CS1F supplies a structured process whereby senior leadership, using business language, indicate the Target cyber mission assurance for business / mission outcomes that they must protect. The CS1F provides a “Rosetta Stone” to translate business and mission imperatives into quantifiable engineering processes for program and supply chain security, system design and system security engineering.

Finally, the CS1F provides a progressive assessment capability during the Lifecycle framework to assess the accomplishment of these targets using security function strength of mechanism, assurance characteristics, and security process maturity to continually monitor and assure the protections are kept up to date. The CS1F provides a framework that manages risk progressively throughout the lifecycle of business / mission processes and the system(s) that support these.


Why Customers Choose Us

  • Canada’s premiere Systems Security Engineering expertise
  • 360° Cybersecurity consulting services
  • Bespoke Mission/Business Assurance Risk Management
  • We demystify your evolution to a Cybersecure culture


We champion a disruptive approach for modern trustworthy and resilient platform and systems acquisition. 


We close the gaps between acquirers and suppliers to more effectively, and efficiently achieve platform and systems security integration.


We  use standards based methods to  categorize Mission or Business Cybersecurity.

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