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ECS to Support Two FBI Cybersecurity Programs Under Prime Contract; George Wilson Quoted

George Wilson

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 28, 2019 — ECS will work to manage two FBI cybersecurity programs as prime awardee on a potential $38M contract that aims to help the bureau bolster its security posture, identify vulnerabilities and respond to threats, ExecutiveBiz reported Feb. 21.

The company said Feb. 20 it will provide remote and on-premises cybersecurity technologies, manage technical infrastructure, perform threat and vulnerability research as well as coordinate the cyber operations of FBI’s information security unit to support both the Cybersecurity Red and Blue Team program and Enterprise Compliance and Continuous Monitoring Support Program.

“We are proud to provide the skills, knowledge, and creativity needed to secure the systems and networks of the FBI,” said George Wilson, president of ECS and a 2019 Wash100 awardee.

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