“It is an honor to be part of an organization whose focus is protecting our mission critical systems. As our cyber threats become more complex, we must become more vigilant in evaluating the severity of the consequences, should we not be able to detect the intrusion at the source,” she said.
Zimmerman added that implementing Sepio’s threat mitigation platform into government and enterprise cyber tool kits will help organizatiions further secure information.
She established SCG in 2017 with the goal to help companies capture business opportunities in the government sector.
Gaithersburg, Md.-based Sepio offers software designed to protect systems against hidden hardware-based cyber attacks including invisible devices, tampered firmware and rogue peripherals.