After evaluating the USUHS IT environment and security posture, we built and executed a systematic transformation and accreditation strategy, focusing on the USUHS network infrastructure, computing devices, and enterprise management tool set. We created a configuration management database and asset portfolio of all resources and evaluated and addressed any shortcomings in all assigned systems. Finally, our experts in cybersecurity enhanced the organization’s security by hardening server and network infrastructure, addressing security vulnerabilities, and creating unique compliance documentation. The project concluded with full visibility, management, and vulnerability coverage of their non-homogeneous environment and divergent networks, successful disposition and remediation of all systems assigned, and a new accreditation of both their .MIL and .EDU networks–one of the first in the DoD. Currently, we are responsible for all aspects of Risk Management Framework (RMF) preparation and submittal, IAVA tracking and compliance, policy development and enforcement, and ensuring security compliance and accreditation of all USUHS networks and systems. Our approach involves all measures that protect and defend information and information systems by ensuring their availability, integrity, authentication, confidentiality, and non-repudiation.