ResoluteGuard is a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) specializing in outsourced management and IT systems monitoring.

We provide access to an integrated suite of state-of-the-art security systems and tools, including:

Our 6-step process features risk identification and analysis, developing vulnerability scanning policies and procedures, identifying the type of vulnerability scan, configuring the scan, performing the scan, evaluating risks, interpreting the scan results, and creating a risk remediation and mitigation plan from a cost center to a revenue driver.

We help your organization provide proof of adherence to the evolving laws, guidelines, and regulations imposed at the local and federal level.

Source Code Analysis scans un-compiled code, enabling auditors and developers to receive immediate, accurate feedback on their code.

As part of the information risk management process, we reduce all incoming and evolving information risks on a ‘round-the-clock basis.

This is our proprietary means to prevent, detect and monitor unauthorized access, misuse, modification, or denial of a computer network and network-accessible resources.

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Ordered individually, or as an integrated suite of IT security solutions, ResoluteGuard is your best defense against



Also known as ‘OPSEC’ or procedural security, this is a vital component in developing protection mechanisms to safeguard sensitive information and preserve essential secrecy.

This is our organized approach to addressing and managing the aftermath of a security breach or cyberattack; the goal is to handle the situation in a way that limits damage and reduces recovery time and costs.

We ensure your employees have the skills and knowledge to be better stewards of your organization’s information technology (IT) security.

Threat prevention starts with 24/7 detection. ResoluteGuard protects your data and assets even if a threat eludes common organizational security controls.

Also known as a “pen test” or “ethical hacking”, this entails an authorized simulated cyberattack to evaluate system security.

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Ordered individually, or as an integrated suite of IT security solutions, ResoluteGuard is your best defense against ever-evolving cyber-attacks

Confidentiality, integrity and availability, also known as the CIA triad, is the model ResoluteGuard uses to guide policies for information security within your organization.

The following is a breakdown of the three key concepts that form the CIA triad:

  • Confidentiality measures are designed to prevent sensitive information from unauthorized access attempts. It is common for data to be categorized according to the amount and type of damage that could be done if it fell into the wrong hands.
  • Integrity involves maintaining the consistency, accuracy and trustworthiness of data over its entire lifecycle. Data must not be changed in transit, and steps must be taken to ensure data cannot be altered by unauthorized people (for example, in a breach of confidentiality).
  • Availability means information should be consistently and readily accessible for authorized parties. This involves properly maintaining hardware and technical infrastructure and systems that hold and display the information.

With each letter representing a foundational principle in cybersecurity, the importance of the CIA triad security model speaks for itself. Confidentiality, integrity and availability together are considered the three most important concepts within information security.


CIA triad’s three concepts together is an interconnected system, rather than as independent concepts, helps your organization understand the relationships between the three.


In implementing the CIA triad, ResoluteGuard follow a general set of best practices. Some best practices, divided by each of the three subjects, include:



  • Data should be handled based on the organization’s required privacy.
  • Data should be encrypted using Multi-factor Authentication.
  • Keep access control lists and other file permissions up to date.


  • Ensure employees are knowledgeable about compliance and regulatory requirements to minimize human error.
  • Use backup and recovery software.
  • To ensure integrity, use version control, access control, security control, data logs and checksums.


  • Use preventive measures such as redundancy, failover and RAID. Ensure systems and applications stay updated.
  • Use network or server monitoring systems.
  • Ensure a data recovery and business continuity (BC) plan is in place in case of data loss.