NetCentrics was recently recognized as a “Top Workplace” by The Washington Post! The award is based solely on employee feedback and only 150 companies are recognized each year. This is more than a company award – this is an award for each of our employees who live and promote our culture every day, a culture based on our core values and a siple foundation of caring about each other, our customers, and our teammates.
NetCentrics and company CEO, Cynthia Barreda, were recently recognized in the Comparably 2018 Culture Awards for leadership, opportunities for women, diversity, and professional development.
DCA Live recently announced those who will be recognized as the 2018 DCA Live Federal Entrepreneurs. The award honors some of the exceptional company founders and leading executives from the DC region’s fastest growing federal technology and services ventures. Cyndi and the other recipients will be recognized May 30th at the Eastern Foundry in Arlington, VA.
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.
NetCentrics recently received several top employee ratings from Comparably.com, including Best CEO and Best Company to Work For in DC. Comparably’s awards recognize companies in the small, midsize and large categories.
Marvin Marin, one of NetCentrics’ cybersecurity experts and a technical program manager supporting the U.S. Coast Guard Cyber Command, has published an article about the importance of explaining cybersecurity threats in a decision maker context – why it’s important for cyber professionals to explain the potential impacts of a threats in terms of critical system […]
Edris Amiryar, a Senior Systems Engineer for NetCentrics Corporation, has been quoted in an article by GovTech Works on virtualization. The article focuses on Software-defined data centers (SDDCs) as an alternative to commercial cloud deployments – and explains how they are potentially more efficient than both conventional data center architectures and commercial infrastructure models, providing […]
Edris Amiryar, a Senior Systems Engineer for NetCentrics Corporation, has published an article on Federal News Radio’s website about hyper-converged platforms and why the government should consider shifting from traditional storage and compute solutions to the hyper-converged technology. Read the full article here: http://federalnewsradio.com/commentary/2017/01/hyper-converged-infrastructure-platforms-game-changer-government/
Marvin Marin, one of NetCentrics’ cybersecurity experts and a technical program manager supporting the U.S. Coast Guard Cyber Command, has published an article about a possible solution to the government cyber skills shortage: a cyber range. To learn more about the solution as a forward-thinking, long-term investment for the government, read the full story in […]
NetCentrics’ cyber professional Marvin Marin was recently nominated for the EC-Council Foundation’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of the year award. The award publicly recognizes top senior information security leaders who have demonstrated leadership and innovation in securing their organizations amid a constantly changing landscape of threats. After his nomination, Marvin was selected as one […]
NetCentrics’ Cyber Security Program Manager & Technical Advisor Marvin Marin has been named a finalist for the EC-Council Foundation Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of the Year award. Marvin is one of more than 10 finalists representing the best in the field of cybersecurity, cyber defense, information security, and security innovation. The winners of the […]
Marvin Marin, one of NetCentrics’ cybersecurity experts, has published a blog about software development and cybersecurity risks. Learn more about the risks of using dependencies in your code as well as best practices for software development on the SIGNAL blog.