- By May 26th, 2015Read More »
Your enterprise likely has two conflicting problems keeping it from an effective cyber defense. 1) You know too much. 2) You know too little. In a Q&A, Cyber Security Principal Robert J. Michalsky, who recently released a white paper on cyber security metrics, discusses how metrics turn cyber data into cyber intelligence.
- By May 14th, 2015Read More »
NJVC is headquartered just outside Washington D.C, but we've always had the spirit of St. Louis with us. Today, we proudly unveiled our newest office in St. Louis, located in the heart of the city at 1010 Market Street. Find out why NJVC Vice President of Strategy Chuck McGaugh calls this a big win for customers and, most importantly, the St. Louis small business community.
- By April 27th, 2015Read More »
Let's start this post on a happy note: You have been promoted. You are now in charge of cyber security for your entire organization. Congratulations. The birds are singing. It's a nice spring day outside. The executive washroom -- if there are still such things -- is now available to you. Most importantly, there are no issues that you know of in your enterprise IT network.
- By March 16th, 2015Read More »
Seemingly everything we do online has an account. Work. Financials. Fantasy sports. Recipes. Online accounts are a hallmark of modern digital life. So why are they mostly protected by technology that's been around since Ali Baba socially engineered his way into a mountain cave?
- By February 4th, 2015Read More »
Why does a veteran-turned-NJVC employee describe the move from active duty to civilian life with NJVC an "easy transition," and say our commitment to veterans makes our team a "great place to work"? Find out in the January-February edition of Search & Employ Magazine.
- By January 26th, 2015Read More »In a connected world, everything you do online carries some degree of risk. Whether it's visiting websites, conducting financial transactions or simply checking to see if the 76ers won a game (Pro tip: Whatever day you're reading this, the answer is they lost), every action has some level of risk to it.
- By December 11th, 2014Category:Read More »
At NJVC, we’ve grown from a single contract to a large company with a simple goal: Make IT work for your mission, rather than make your mission work for IT.
As a systems integrator with a focus on continual IT optimization, we look for opportunities to reduce the drag of inefficient IT. With our latest partnership announcement, we feel like we’ve once again offered our customers an increased level of tailor-fit IT.
- By December 1st, 2014Read More »
There's only one "If" in cyber security: If your organization has data of value, it will be breached. (And here's a quick hint, your organization has data of value.)
This simple, if seemingly gloomy, statement has become generally accepted in cyber security circles. Eventually, the thinking goes, a determined adversary will be able to breach most network defenses. That does not mean, however, all is lost. Intrusion does not necessarily lead to a data breach.
- November 27th, 2014Read More »
On Veterans Day, we at NJVC are taking a moment to expand our charitable giving program. For years, we have proudly supported the United Service Organizations (USO), donating money and time to programs in our local communities and around the world. With NJVC’s rich history of support for our servicemen and women at home and abroad, we remain dedicated to our philanthropic contributions and aim to make the largest impact possible for the mission we so believe in.