Helping you navigate information security
Preparation | Validation | Continuation
The Carter Group provides cutting-edge cybersecurity expertise to federal and commercial clients. Our team of experts has years of experience helping organizations secure their most critical assets. We operate with the highest degree of integrity and ensure a cohesive, holistic cybersecurity approach to every client.
We are here to help organizations of all sizes tackle cloud computing needs. Whether it is helping you understand cloud solutions or preparing you for migration to the cloud.
We work hand-in-hand with our clients to ensure a cohesive cybersecurity program. We have extensive experience providing cybersecurity program support for organizations of all sizes, complexities, and needs.
Change is inevitable and your cybersecurity must be agile and adaptive. Consequently, our primary goal is that you can maintain operations during a crisis. We provide disaster recovery to meet your needs.
Audit & Compliance
We can assist your organization in NIST & FISMA audits and audit preparation. From documentation development to full security assessments and everything in between, we work hard to ensure every gap is covered.
Security Advisory Services
Our Subject Matter Experts (SME) are available to support all of your cybersecurity requirements. We pride ourselves on applying federal requirements and industry best practices to real-world situations.
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“The Carter Group has provided leadership and experience to the Coalfire Federal team supporting federal agencies in the development and maturation of their cybersecurity programs. Their expertise in the NIST RMF and FedRAMP compliance standards in conjunction with their ever present professionalism have proven invaluable to moving the needle of our clients’ security posture. Adept, responsive, and experienced, the Carter Group is a pleasure to work with.”
Read our latest blog posts:
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP, was intended and implemented in 2011 to minimize cybersecurity risk for federal agencies moving to the cloud. Throughout its existence, FedRAMP’s primary emphasis has been security and protection of...
Hosting virtual and hybrid events has become more popular, but these online events can be a great place for hackers to access personal data.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we want to celebrate the role of women in the cybersecurity field! In an industry that’s been historically dominated by men, women are proving themselves both competent and capable in 21st century IT. Over the past several decades,...