Truestone Builds Network to HSPD-12 and JTF-GNO Specs
Maintenance and Logistics Command, Atlantic
Secure the USCG enterprise environment, meeting HSPD-12, functionality, capability, capacity and scalability requirements.
Truestone supported the USCG's enterprise network with a total PKI solution. Truestone provided system planning, transition from user name and passwords to smart card log in, Online-Certificate Status Protocol licensing and engineering, system implementation, performance testing and training.
Additional analysis and engineering was required to support the integration of the core PKI with technologies delivered via other major programs such as those of DHS. Significant prototyping and documentation was necessary to assure that any issues, anomalies or future modifications to equipment, networks, software and security were addressed and accommodated. Truestone enabled this new USCG PKI architecture—one that supports 35,000 users—to meet JTF-GNO and HSPD-12 directives, and system functionality, capability, capacity and scalability requirements.
- Core PKI infrastructure for 35,000 user enterprise network meets JTF-GNO & HPD-12 directives)
- PKI and OSCP transition strategies, software licensing and planning
- PK-enabled servers and applications
- X.509 Certificate Authority Workstations (CAW)
- Analyze, test, prototype and develop implementation plans for re-engineering PKI infrastructure
- Engineering support and integration of Core PKI with technologies delivered via other USCG programs (DHS)
- DIACAP compliance
- Access Management
- Secure Information and Sharing Architecture
Value to the U.S. Coast Guard
- Protect sensitive data at rest and in transit
- Provide trusted, risk-based access
- Streamline compliance
- Minimize operational risk
Impact and Benefits
Truestone consistently performs beyond expectations.
On time, within scope and on budget.
We never say, "that's not our job."
Truestone understands the USCG mission and how to meet agency goals.