NetCentrics CEO Cynthia Barreda recognized by DCA Live as Federal Entrepreneur

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.

NetCentrics CIO Jim DeBardi offers consolidation insight

NetCentrics CIO, Jim DeBardi, recently published an article in FCW, offering four recommendations for federal agencies looking to modernize via consolidation. Between scope, prioritization, staffing/leadership, process, and data-integrity demands, there are a number of challenges agencies must consider and overcome in order to successfully consolidate. In his article, Jim offers four steps that agency leaders should consider before starting down the consolidation path.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – April 20, 2018

ICYMI: Casino Gets Hacked Through Its Internet-Connected Fish Tank Thermometer; Could Russia and West be heading for cyber-war? Command and control: A fight for the future of government hacking; Senate passes DHS bug bounty bill; and, ‘iTunes Wi-Fi Sync’ Feature Could Let Attackers Hijack Your iPhone, iPad Remotely

Cyber Weekly Roundup – April 13, 2018

ICYMI: Careful what you wish for—change and continuity in China’s cyber threats (part 2); Cyber criminals earn up to $2m a year, study shows; College students battle to control the power grid in Energy Department Challenge; Popular Android phone manufacturers caught lying about security updates; Zuckerberg hearing: Grasping — and grasping for — tech terms.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – April 6, 2018

ICYMI: Careful what you wish for—change and continuity in China’s cyber threats; Why North Korean Cyberwarfare is Likely to Intensify; Here comes the next round of encryption legislation; DHS says unauthorized Stingrays could be in D.C. area; and, Atlanta takes down water department website two weeks after cyber attack.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – March 30, 2018

ICYMI: City of Atlanta 2018 Ransomware Hack: What We Know and What You Can Learn From It; United States Cyber Command’s New Vision: What It Entails and Why It Matters; US mulls drafting gray-haired hackers during times of crisis; Under Armour says 150 million MyFitnessPal accounts breached; and, Microsoft’s Meltdown Patch Made Windows 7 PCs More Insecure.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – March 23, 2018

ICYMI: Omnibus to include election cybersecurity funds; The next Russian attack will be far worse than bots and trolls; How Much Does Artificial Intelligence Threaten National Security; Here Are Some Key Challenges to Critical Infrastructure Security; and, Weighing Privacy vs. Security for the Internet’s Address Book