Seli Agbolosu-Amison, PhD, a cybersecurity data scientist for NetCentrics Corporation, has recently published an article in SIGNAL Magazine on four of the main cyber policies transforming government. Seli explains that as a result of recent federal legislative and administrative activity, government agencies are expected to launch significant modernizations of their cybersecurity systems, get offensive with hackers, and take a more strategic approach to risk, and breaks down the specific components of the four major policies.
NetCentrics recently presented with Adaptiva at Microsoft Ignite 2017 in Orlando, Florida. During the presentation, NetCentrics described how its team of experts was able to leverage Adaptiva’s OneSite™ to meet customer requirements. Ultimately, the team was able to flatten the overall System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) hierarchy, secure assets regardless of location or network, reduce bandwidth utilization, provide a P2P solution, and produce an automated reporting mechanism.
NetCentrics’ Program Managers Marvin Marin and Michelle Miranda recently spoke at the 2017 Innovation Hackathon, hosted at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) Regional Center for Workforce Education and Training in Woodbridge, Virginia. This year’s Hackathon was the second, and also marked Marin’s second time speaking at the event.
Michelle Miranda, a Program Manager for NetCentrics Corporation and a Marine Corps veteran, recently attended the Women Veterans Interactive (WVI) Pink and White Breakfast in Huntsville, Alabama. WVI provides women veterans the opportunity to learn about career services and support available specifically for women veterans, while also engaging and networking with likeminded individuals. WVI is hoping to start a chapter in Huntsville, Alabama, so the event also shared WVI’s vision, history, and future opportunities with woman veterans in Alabama.
NetCentrics announced today that it has been accepted as a member of the IT Sector Coordinating Council (IT SCC). The council, under the auspices of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) National Infrastructure Protection Plan, brings together companies, associations and other key IT sector entities to work collaboratively with federal agencies to facilitate a secure, resilient and protected global information infrastructure.
NetCentrics’ cyber experts and Program Managers Marvin Marin and Michelle Miranda were recently accepted into the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Cloud Security Services Management Working Group. The group aims to develop a research whitepaper, focusing on building a cloud security services management platform. The whitepaper will serve as a guideline for cloud service providers to secure its cloud platform and provide cloud security services to cloud users, for cloud users to select security qualified cloud service providers and for security vendors to develop their cloud-based security products and services.
Vasili Ikonomidis, a Senior Program Manager and Service Desk Manager at NetCentrics Corp., was recently quoted by FedTech, offering some useful guidelines that agencies preparing to upgrade to Win10 should think about to ensure a smooth switch to the new OS. Ikonomidis lays out seven tips for a successful migration to Windows 10. Check out […]
Vasili Ikonomidis, a Senior Program Manager and Service Desk Manager for NetCentrics, has published an article in Federal News Radio about Windows 10. Vasili offers seven considerations federal agencies should take into account when planning for the transition to the new platform. Read the full story here: http://federalnewsradio.com/commentary/2017/04/seven-considerations-successful-upgrade-windows-10/.
One of NetCentrics’ cyber experts, Marvin Marin, has published an article about cyber threat hunting as the next leap forward in cybersecurity as a means to defending our networks and staying one step ahead of our adversaries. In his article, Marin offers eight considerations for a more proactive approach to cyber defense. Read the full […]
Two NetCentrics employees, Loilette Loderick and Colby Proffitt, recently spoke to more than 100 students at Hammond Middle School in Alexandria, Virginia, about potential careers in the IT field and the future of technology. Hammond students in 6th-8th grade have the opportunity to participate in the Hour of Code, a program dedicated to teaching students […]
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 […]