In many ways, the private sector has led the public sector in embracing the flattening properties of the Internet. Although the US government funded and nurtured the underpinnings of the Internet and Internet technologies, it was the private sector that turned these technologies into globe changing markets. Once the rush started, all companies rushed to embrace new technologies to gain a competitive advantage, control costs or capture a market. Although such moves enriched the companies and brought great advancements in consumer and business services, security often came as an afterthought.
Now ten years into the Information Revolution, Information Security can no longer be outsourced. The private sector is expected to protect the privacy of its customers, the secrets of its trade, and the integrity of its services and infrastructure. Information Security, however, is not cheap and is not easy. It also brings no return nor reduces any costs. It is a cost of doing business. So businesses need Information Security solutions that provide the necessary security with the minimal investment.
Tenacity has helped its government clients navigate these difficult waters since its inception. Tenacity engineers have been achieving such results for their customers for an average of 15 years. Tenacity can find cost-effective, practical IT solutions to the INFOSEC challenges facing businesses from all commercial markets.