NJVC Named a Winner in the Government Information Security Leadership Awards; President Jody Tedesco Comments

 

Photo: Jody Tedesco, NJVC

NJVC recently announced its Cyber Security Dashboard development team was named the winner in the Government Information Security Leadership Awards Team Award category. The team was honored for the creation and deployment of the Cyber Dashboard.

The Dashboard visualizes, analyzes and generates reports from the aggregated and correlated data feeds of multiple legacy security systems. The GILSA awards program recognizes the ongoing commitment by federal information security to build a highly qualified and ethical workforce.

“The company, particularly its new Cyber Security business unit, is excited to offer this innovative dashboard product and its proven experience in protecting some of the nation’s most sensitive networks and systems to new customers in the intelligence and defense communities, federal civilian agencies and commercial arena,” said Jody Tedesco, NJVC president.

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