Welcome New President Lawrence O’Connor

In early 2020, NetCentrics welcomed Lawrence O’Connor aboard as the company’s new President. An entrepreneur at heart with extensive experience in government services, Lawrence brings a unique and important perspective to this leadership role.


NetCentrics Corporation, the leading provider of infrastructure, cloud, mission applications, and cybersecurity for the U.S. government, today announced that the company is part of the winning Agile Defense team supporting U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM). As part of this new contract, NetCentrics will provide Information Technology (IT) services supporting NETCOM, at their headquarters […]

Accomplishment: NetCentrics Named as a Top Tech Employer in D.C.

At NetCentrics, we’ve always prided ourselves on being a great place to work. But a recent ranking from Indeed.com recognizes us as one of the “best of the best.” In fact, Indeed named us as one of just “20 Amazing Tech Companies Hiring in Washington, D.C.” Indeed praised NetCentrics for our “transformative” technologies in data […]

Washington Post names NetCentrics a “Top Workplace” for Second Consecutive Year

HERNDON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NetCentrics Corporation, the leading provider of infrastructure, cloud, mission applications, and cybersecurity for the U.S. government, today announced that the company was named to the “Washington Post 2019 Top Workplaces” list as one of the area’s best places to work for the second consecutive year. This annual list recognizes small, midsize and large […]

Understanding the Power of SOAR for Government

Robert Schofield June 13, 2019 By now, it’s clear that the shifting cyberattack landscape requires new approaches and tools on the part of the federal government. Agencies must “see,” with a single point of view, all of the activity impacting devices, networks and data under their watch and then respond immediately to the biggest threats […]

How Federal Agencies Can Unleash the Power of Quantum Cryptography

Seli Agbolosu-Amison June 5, 2019 In developing tools and methods to safeguard data, government and industry technology leaders are constantly seeking out new sources of innovation. This, after all, is what we do. Sometimes, a potential breakthrough comes along that could make a transcendent level of impact in advancing both the speed and proficiency of […]

Why Federal Agencies Need AIOps

Jim Debardi & Justin Long June 2, 2019 Federal government Security Operations Center (SOC) and Network Operations Center (NOC) teams are overwhelmed with tools. Dozens, even hundreds are not uncommon, which are designed to monitor and alert on various systems, applications, behaviors and other factors of the IT enterprise environment. This commonly leads to one […]

NetCentrics to Present on Evolving Government Threat Landscape at Cybercon 2018

HERNDON, Va., October 31, 2018 — NetCentrics Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure, cloud, mission applications, and cybersecurity for the U.S. government, today announced that Ricky Smith, Senior Security Engineer, will discuss trends and challenges government organizations face in the cybersecurity landscape during a panel discussion at CyberCon 2018. Speaking with panelists from organizations such […]

Cyber Weekly Roundup – August 10, 2018

ICYMI: And after the Space Force a Subterranean Force?; West Virginia to introduce mobile phone voting for midterm elections; Comcast customer portal vulnerabilities exposed sensitive data; US braces for possible cyberattacks after Iran sanctions; The Pentagon’s Startup Outreach Office is No Longer an Experiment.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – August 3, 2018

ICYMI: Reddit had a security incident – here’s what you need to know; DHS details electrical grid attacks by Russian Agents; Scams Exposed – eFoil for $199 from Sponsored Facebook ads? Town dusts off typewriters after cyber-attack; and, Iran Hacks Israel in Cyber Attack.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – July 27, 2018

ICYMI: China, Russia, Iran pose grave cyber espionage threat to US: Report; Russia, Accused of Faking News, Unfurls Its Own ‘Fake News’ Bill; NSA Hasn’t Implemented Post-Snowden Security Fixes, Audit Finds; China Is Still Stealing America’s Business Secrets, U.S. Officials Say; From today, Google Chrome starts marking all non-HTTPS sites ‘Not Secure’.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – July 20, 2018

ICYMI: Waging cyber war without a rulebook; Hackers Used Malicious MDM Solution to Spy on ‘Highly Targeted’ iPhone Users; New Gmail feature could open more users to phishing risks: Government officials; Mueller indicts 12 Russians for DNC hack, election interference; Facebook to Remove Misinformation That Leads to Violence.