ADOMS Framework: A Methodology for DoD’s Technical Debt Repayment and Legacy System Modernization

Introduction: As the DoD strives to maintain its competitive edge in an ever-evolving security landscape, addressing technical debt and modernizing legacy systems, particularly disparate and siloed ones, becomes paramount. To effectively tackle this complex challenge, DoD can adopt the Assessing, Deploying, Optimizing, Modernizing, and Securing (ADOMS) framework. By following this structured methodology, the DoD can […]

Symposit LLC & HumanLink LLC Approved for Pilot Study on Advanced 3D Security Training by the Transportation Security Administration Innovation Task Force (TSA ITF)

JULY 19, 2022, Alexandria, VA: HumanLink, LLC, a leader in human factors data and training, will provide their experience in the field by addressing the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)’s need for a Universal Training Platform solution. HumanLink will conduct a pilot study for TSA’s Innovation Task Force (ITF) utilizing an innovative X-ray screening tool known […]

DNS Vulnerability Affects Every Business with Windows Server: Don’t Wait for the Hack

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) made an emergency mandate last month around Windows DNS vulnerabilities.  The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently identified a vulnerability in the Windows Domain Name System CVE-2020-1350. When the servers fail to properly handle requests, hackers can exploit this vulnerability by running arbitrary code in order to […]

Symposit welcomes a new Cyber Team Lead

Symposit is pleased to welcome a new addition to our team. Frank Von Hendricks joins us as a Cyber Team Lead for our Federal Energy sector clients with more than 25 years of information technology experience. Previously, Frank worked at Northrop Grumman Corporation as a Senior Principal Systems Analyst contracted to the U.S. Social Security […]

Symposit LLC announces prime contract with the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL)

Symposit LLC announced its latest prime contract with the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) to provide technical support for the Information Management Advisory Council.  Symposit is proud to support INL’s critical mission to reduce the entry of illegal drugs into the United States and to minimize the […]

Important note about logging into Office 365 with legacy software or devices

We wanted to share this important note make sure our clients are aware that they should be using modern email clients (ie. Outlook 2013 or newer), as well as smartphones that continuously update with either the latest iOS or Android operating systems – systems that will support “Modern Authentication.” The change will go into effect […]

Symposit awarded AV design prime contract for State Dept

Symposit has been awarded a prime contract with the Department of State (DOS), Foreign Services Institute (FSI) for the design and consulting services for a new Audio-Visual equipment, network and infrastructure design solution to be incorporated into the Issued for Construction (IFC) Drawing Set for the National Foreign Affairs Training Center (NFATC), Building B Project.

Bad actors are using HTTPS

In alert issued by the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), scammers are now using fake websites with HTTPS certificates that appear to make the website secure in order to lure victims into providing payment or other sensitive information. Read the entire alert below: Source: CYBER ACTORS EXPLOIT ‘SECURE’ WEBSITES IN PHISHING CAMPAIGNS Websites […]

Symposit partners with DigitalOcean

Symposit LLC announced today that it has become a partner with a leading IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) cloud services provider, DigitalOcean. With the vision of consistently integrating the best cloud and IT services and solutions to its clients, Symposit LLC continuously innovates to keep up with the latest trends in IT; to provide best-in-class services and products […]

Is my Desktop Sharing Software secure?

ATTENTION! WARNING! Cyber Attackers are using Desktop Sharing Software to Target US Businesses Since 2018 until this year, there has been malicious attacks by cyber actors using desktop sharing software to facilitate numerous network invasions of authorized and unauthorized installations to gain access to a victim’s system and inaccessible files. Everyone, whether it is for […]

Skip to content