“We’re pleased and proud that federal defense and civilian organizations continue to entrust Electrosoft to support their cybersecurity and resilience, including three client contracts totaling $39.2 million. Additionally, we continue to engage in conversations with clients, partners and standards bodies to shape our latest thinking, actions and thought leadership.”
That’s from the opening of Electrosoft’s Q3 2022 “What’s Happening at Electrosoft” publication, which highlights the company’s cybersecurity growth and momentum, including:
- Three federal contracts totaling $39.2M. Electrosoft earned three major contracts for federal civilian and defense cybersecurity and resilience support. The awards from the U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM), General Services Administration (GSA) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) totaled $39.2 million.
- Cybersecurity thought leadership from our CEO. Electrosoft’s CEO, Dr. Sarbari Gupta, shared her insights on supply chain security; benefits and concerns related to Fast Identity Online (FIDO) passkeys; and federal agency “bot” security considerations in three recent industry articles.
- Technology Report: Security Operations Center (SOC). A new seven-page report from Electrosoft steps through the need for management support when creating a SOC, key success metrics, considerations for federal SOC outsourcing and other considerations for federal agencies and government contractors.
- Insights from the Electrosoft Team. Three Electroblogs from Electrosoft team member authors share perspectives on ransomware, phishing attacks and the human factor as an essential concern for IT governance.
Read the full Q3 2022 Electrosoft Newsletter, HERE.