JohnsTek Capability Statement 2019

JohnsTek Capability Statement JohnsTek, Inc. is a Strategic Technology Engineering company providing solutions in two primary categories: Cyber Risk Management and Systems Integration. With a primary focus on Enterprise Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection, and Emergency Management, JohnsTek’s client profiles typically are Fortune 500 companies and Government Organizations in Defense, Intelligence, Law Enforcement, and Homeland Security.…

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JohnsTek Partners with IBM Security!

JohnsTek has partnered with IBM, a security systems powerhouse! The alignment to IBM Security will benefit our current and future customers in Analytical Systems and Cybersecurity.  Through JohnsTek, IBM offers affordable solutions that lead the areas of National Security and Law Enforcement Analytical systems, Cybersecurity, Cloud Services Security, and Mobile Device Security, among others. Our…

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JohnsTek Wins Recompete for Humanitarian Assistance Contract for the Department of Defense!

JohnsTek was recently awarded the Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief and Disaster Preparedness (HAP) contract for the US Southern Command Area of Responsibility, the Americas. With this contract JohnsTek will provide Assessments, Logistics and Training that will benefit Partner Nations in preparation for Crisis Management, Emergency Management Systems integration, and training of First Responders and Emergency Management…

JohnsTek, Incorporated wins State of South Carolina Information Security and Privacy Services Contract for Cybersecurity!

JohnsTek, Inc. has been commissioned by the State of South Carolina to provide Information Security Services in the form of Vulnerability Management, Security Risk Assessments, Penetration Testing and other Consulting Services. To perform this work to the highest level of expertise in this field, JohnsTek Inc. has formed the JohnsTek Team, comprised of JohnsTek, Inc…

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WannaCry Expands Its Reach While Another Threat Starts its Attack

The WannaCry ransomware attack has now expanded to over 200,000 computers and servers in 150 countries, and continues to grow! The virus exploits vulnerabilities in Microsoft operating systems, seizing control of files that reside on the system, and demands a payment of $300 for the release code. This virus has adversely affected several government’s operations,…