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eGlobalTech to Deliver Cyber Security services to U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)

ARLINGTON, Va., Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- eGlobalTech announced today that it was selected by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to provide support for the Cyber Pilot for Zero-Day Network Defense (ZND). Under this contract, eGlobalTech will provide full life-cycle support including program management, technology evaluation and acquisition, testing, certification and accreditation, implementation and ongoing technical support.   

"We are very pleased that DISA chose us to support this critical pilot which is key to mitigating the ongoing challenge that Zero-Day attacks pose to the military," said Dan Waddell, Senior Director for IT Security at eGlobalTech. 

The DISA Program Executive Office Mission Assurance and NetOps (PEOMA) Computer Network Defense Solutions (CND) Perimeter Defense Branch (IA31) has mission essential requirements to provide the Department of Defense with Information Assurance (IA) capabilities to defend the entirety of the Global Information Grid (GiG) and its connecting entities from cyber threats to include developing integrated and interoperable net-centric IA architectural solutions.

About eGlobalTech
eGlobalTech, an award winning 8(a)-certified woman-owned small business, is a leading provider of management consulting, IT services and cyber security solutions for the public and private sectors. eGT supports multiple federal customers including the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of State, and the Department of Energy. eGlobalTech is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. For more information, please visit our website at www.eglobaltech.com.

For More Information Contact:

Maryam Sabbagh, Public Relations
(571) 224-9365
[email protected]

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