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.
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.
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:
NetCentrics’ cyber experts Marvin Marin and Michelle Miranda recently presented at the Cybersecurity 2017 Academic Seminar in Washington, D.C. at the Washington Center. The purpose of the seminar is to raise cyber awareness by examining issues surrounding the defensive and offensive protection of online space. Speaking topics included a variety of topics such as intrusion detection and response, forensics, risk management, and education and certification among others.
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.
On Saturday, December 17th, a group of NetCentrics employees visited the Arlington National Cemetery for National Wreaths Across America Day. Although the non-profit was officially formed in 2007, the tradition it supports was started in 1992 by Morrill Worcester, owner of Worcester Wreath Company, and his wife, Karen Worcester, Executive Director. In 2008, over 100,000 […]
This Holiday season NetCentrics collected items for Mobile Hope of Loudoun, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports children and young adults (24 years of age and younger) who are precariously housed, homeless, or at risk, living in Loudoun County. Created in 2011, the mission of Mobile Hope is to use the social determinants of health framework […]
At NetCentrics, we believe in focusing on our people and cultivating a culture that our employees are proud to be a part of – a culture that is personal, real, and impactful. Engage, Be Genuine, and We are Family – those are among the core values at NetCentrics – and that’s why once a month, […]
NetCentrics recently sponsored and attended the Kids to Love golf tournament and fundraiser for Friends of Wake Guardians ad Litem, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit founded in 1991 to change the lives of abused and neglected children by supporting the work of Guardians ad Litem who volunteer as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for foster […]