By Harry Aderton 2021 begins a new year, and also a new decade. At NetCentrics we’re discussing how we can apply the lessons of 2020. How can we use the institutional knowledge built up over 25+ years? We are poised to use tomorrow’s emerging technologies on behalf of our customers. We look ahead with great […]
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.
Loilette Loderick, a Sr. IA and Web Application Engineer for NetCentrics, recently presented the keynote address at the 2017 National Conference on Girls’ Education in Kingston, Jamaica. The conference theme, “Seeing Tomorrow: Thriving in a Cyber World” was designed to allow attendees the opportunity to engage in discussions around cybersecurity from a social perspective – from the long-term implications of participation on various social media platforms, to the ways attendees can leverage the training and certification programs available online.
NetCentrics recently attended the Holiday Gala sponsored by Women in Technology (WIT) and STEM for Her to celebrate the holidays and support girls and young women pursuing STEM-related careers.
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.
A number of NetCentrics employees recently gathered with the Red Cross and Women Veterans Interactive (WVI) to assemble several hundred Totes of Hope for women veterans who are either homeless, in a shelter, or in the hospital. Each tote contained personal care supplies to provide comfort for those in need – towels, shampoo, soap, toothbrushes – as well as a hand-written note of encouragement.
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.
Cyndi Barreda, CEO of NetCentrics, has just published an article in Federal Times titled: 9 challenges of a federal CIO in an as-a-service environment. In her article, Cyndi explains how the advent of cloud and as-a-service solutions have a definite impact, but one that is hard to measure. What remains certain, she states, is that CIOs must continue to support the mission of their organization and protect customer data and systems.
Colby Proffitt, a Senior Analyst for NetCentrics Corporation, has published an article in GCN titled Should your legacy data move with you to the cloud? In his article, Colby outlines some of the most important questions that federal CIOs need to consider before moving to the cloud.
Jake Null, a Problem Manager for NetCentrics Corporation, recently participated in a webinar sponsored by Adaptiva focused on the challenges and opportunities associated with migrating to Win10. Here’s a recap of Jake’s Q&A in case you missed it:
Marvin Marin, a Technical Program Manager for NetCentrics Corporation at the US Coast Guard, and a 2016 Finalist for the EC-Council Foundation’s Chief Information Security Officer of the year, was recently published in FCW. In his article Prudence over Panic, Marin explains how a hyper-focus on zero-day exploits tends to negatively impact an organization’s response to vulnerability management in general. Read the dull story on FCW here: https://fcw.com/articles/2017/06/02/comment-0day-martin.aspx.
Philip Lee, a senior information security analyst for NetCentrics Corporation, has published an article in GCN titled After a data spill: Containing and repairing the damage. Philip points out the differences between a data spill and a hack and explains that spills are difficult to avoid on account of the human factor of IT. He then lays out five recommendations for federal agencies to consider after a spill – how to minimize the damage, recover, and get back to business. To read the full story on GCN, click here.