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News & Insights

Defending the United States: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

by Katie McCaskey
Just one day after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, we restored operations at Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA).

Thought Leadership

Grown Up and Groundbreaking: Welcome to 2021

by Lawrence O'Connor
We expect continued evolution and growth in 2021. We are actively laying the groundwork to address known, and unknown, challenges ahead.

Thought Leadership

2020 — Don’t Let the Door Hit You on the Way Out…

by Harry Aderton
2020 was a weird year.

Press Release

ARMY NETCOM

by Domenique Singleton
NetCentrics is part of the winning Agile Defense team supporting the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM).

Press Release

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

by Domenique Singleton
A recent ranking from Indeed.com recognizes NetCentrics as one of the “best of the best” in Washington, D.C.

Press Release

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

by Domenique Singleton
NetCentrics named on the “Washington Post 2019 Top Workplaces” list for the second consecutive year.

Thought Leadership

Understanding the Power of SOAR for Government

by Robert Schofield
By now, it’s clear that the shifting cyberattack landscape requires new approaches and tools on the part of the federal government.

Thought Leadership

How Federal Agencies Can Unleash the Power of Quantum Cryptography

by Seli Agbolosu-Amison
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.

Thought Leadership

Why Federal Agencies Need AIOps

by Jim DeBardi
Jim Debardi & Justin Long June 2, 2019 Federal government Security Operations Center (SOC) and Network Operations Center (NOC) teams are overwhelmed with tools.

Thought Leadership

The Internet of Things: Providing Convenience at the Expense of Security

by Colby Proffitt
Critical infrastructure is defined as “systems and assets, whether physical or virtual, vital to the United States.