Cyber Weekly Roundup – February 23, 2018

ICYMI: SEC issues cybersecurity guidance disclosure; Attorney General Sessions Announces New Cybersecurity Task Force; Control AI now or brace for nightmare future, experts warn; U.S. DOE creates new cybersecurity office; and, Enterprise needs right architecture to secure public cloud.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – February 16, 2018

ICYMI: Winter Olympics’ Security on Alert, but Hackers Have a Head Start; 2017 Worst Year Ever for Data Loss and Breaches; An ‘Iceberg’ of Unseen Crimes: Many Cyber Offenses Go Unreported; Trump Seeks $1B Budget for Homeland Security Cybersecurity; and, 81% of Cybersecurity Pros See Value in Threat Intelligence.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – February 9, 2018

ICYMI: Army looks at redefining its classified networks; Trump administration announces new cyber office at State; Third party cyber breach risk set to rise; DHS Manfra says Russians successfully penetrated some state election systems; and, Will the greatest feat at the Pyeongchang Olympics be staving off cyberattacks?

NetCentrics Recognized by DCA Live as a 2018 Red Hot Cyber Company

The DC region has become ground zero for the cyber industry as dozens of great entrepreneurs and innovators have chosen the area to build their companies and help solve some of the biggest security issues facing our federal government, national security, and millions of American consumers. NetCentrics is honored to be recognized by DCA Live as one of the Red Hot Cyber Companies for 2018.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – February 2, 2018

ICYMI: Pentagon’s network defense headquarters is fully operational; global fitness tracker data exposes IoT policy gap; baby boomers more cybersecurity savvy than Gen-Z; many of the issues that concern cyber strategists today were already clear at the turn of the century; jackpotting attacks are forcing ATMs to ‘make it rain’.