Iron Bow Wins Cisco Security Certification; Rene LaVigne Comments

Rene LaVigne_GovConExecutiveIron Bow Technologies has achieved a Cisco security certification based recognizing its work in deploying security projects and vulnerability assessments based on benchmarks for customer satisfaction, personnel and support.

Cisco’s Master Security Specialization is the highest level of security certification for Cisco partners who demonstrate work in security assessments, designs, services and network operations support, Iron Bow said Wednesday.

The Chantilly, Va.-based technology services provider also achieved the highest distinction within the Cisco Channel Program for Customer Satisfaction Excellence for the seventh consecutive year.

“Whether customers are looking to increase efficiencies in the data center, move to the cloud or enable telework, we are committed to ensuring security best practices are in all of our customer solutions,” said Rene LaVigne, president and CEO of Iron Bow.

A Cisco Gold Certified Partner, Iron Bow also holds the Managed Services Master Channel Partner, Cisco TelePresence Master Partner, Master Unified Communications Specialized Partner and the Cisco Cloud Builder Designation certifications.

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