About Us

Miracle Systems is a CMMI-III, ISO 9001-2008 8(a) Small business. Our Employees provide leading edge services

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Our Management

Our Executives average over 25 years of experience which brings a vast wealth of knowledge and expertise.

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Our Qualifications

Miracle Systems is a GSA vendor with extensive proven performance at leading federal agencies including DHS, TSA, USDOT, HHS, and DOJ.

Services

IT Systems Database Design Operation Maintenance Federal Financial Professional Support Cyber Mission

Miracle System brings expertise in Cyber Security and Operations. Keeping the current cyber threats in mind, we bring a layered approach that is bolstered with deep and wide experience, practices, artifacts and resources. Our approach leverages highly specialized tools, techniques, and security experts in order to understand, detect, deter and defend our customrs critical infrastructure and resources against these new and ever morphing threats. Miracle Systems has many years of experience specially with cyber defense, attack and exploitation acquired through our experience both from the industry as well as with our federal customers and their environment. Key segments within the Cyber space that we specialize in are:


Cyber Support
One of the key goals for the U.S. government is to enhance the security, resilience and reliability of our nation’s cyber and communications infrastructure while defending our networks from potential threats. Miracle Systems provides a range of Cyber Mission Support solutions to help our customers achieve these goals from engaging in compliance, vulnerability, threat replication and security assessments to risk mitigation and neutralizing threats and related activities. Our Cyber support work specifically addresses threats and elevates the resiliency of key assets and resources.
Network & Security Support
Keeping our customers' networks safe is the key objective. Accordingly, our Cyber security and operations benefit from reliable, repeatable procedures, activities, tools and artifacts. This ensures that we combat the most challenging and dispersed cyber threats facing our nation today. Miracle Systems supports our government customers before, during and after cyber incidents, deploying sound and well established Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) to prevent and deter attacks against critical IT infrastructure and related resources.
Vulnerabilities & Vulnerable Areas
The identification of thrteats and vulnerabilitiesto the key Infrastructure and resources of an enterprise is key to to determining what/when/how of countermeasures, if any that are required to be implemented such that it brings the risk to an acceptable level. To be effective in this process, we leverage skills and experience of personnel that understand known vulnerabilities their impacts and mor importantly how to mitigate and neutralize against these threats. This is where Miracle Systems excels. We have many years of diverse experience supplemented with the necessary certifications to identify vulnerabilities and develop countermeasures, we know how vulnerabilities can be mitigated, and provide sound guidance to provide the most cost effective measures to achieve the level of security required to assure mission success.
Compliance with required standanrds, guidance and federal policies:
Miracle Systems has developed our cyber security approach accompanied with tools, practices and artifacts such that they draw from and comply with all applicable Federal, DoD standards and policies including applicable guidance from DoD, NIST, ISO standards.
Certification and Accreditation

Miracle Systems has extensive experience in certification and accreditation support, from small to large enterprise, for both Classified and Unclassified Systems. Miracle Systems has conducted numerous on-site security validation activities for both government and commercial clients and have developed all required system security documentation. We are thoroughly familiar with the applicable Instructions and Directives that implements the Department of Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP), the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Risk Management Framework (RMF) for Federal Information Systems, and the policy mandates of the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) requirements.


For each certification and accreditation activity we prepare the required Plan of Actions and Milestones (POA&M) that identifies the tasks that need to be accomplished to correct any security weaknesses found in systems. Additionally, we ensure the systems validation complies with the applicable Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Privacy Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and proprietary requirements. Miracle Systems can assist your organization for all your certification and accreditation requirements.


Miracle Systems fully prepared to transition from the Certification and Accreditation (C&A) process to the Assessment and Authorization (A&A) process utilized in the Defense Information Assurance Risk Management Framework (DIARMF) and NIST Risk Management Framework.


If you would like more information on how Miracle Systems can help you implement a strong cyber security program in your company or organization, please contact us.

Cyber Assessment

Miracle Systems Cyber assessment approach is anchored around the NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF) guidelines. We are also well versed with and leverage a variety of tolls and artifacts including the DHS Cyber Security Evaluation Tool (CSET). The foundation of our process uses a risk management model as shown below:


Miracle Systems Risk Management approach to Cyber Assessment

Cyber Assessment

Using this framework provides us with a common and customizable taxonomy and mechanism that we adapt for our customers to:


  • 1) Establish their current (as-is) cybersecurity posture;
  • 2) Collaboratively based on business needs define their target (to-be) state for cybersecurity;
  • 3) Based on as-is and to-be states, identify and prioritize gaps and opportunities for improvement;
  • 4) Implement steps to mitigate risks and close gaps based on priorities established above;
  • 5) Assess progress toward the to-be state; and
  • 6) Communicate among internal and external stakeholders about cybersecurity risk and lessons learned.