Collaboration with the FBI allows us to bring the best in cyber security from the National Intelligence communities, Department of Defense and now Department of Justice directly to our commercial clients.
Chesapeake, Virginia (PRWEB) August 21, 2012
Sera-Brynn, a top-tier Cyber Security firm located in Southeastern Virginia, is now a member of the FBI's InfraGard Program.
“This is an important achievement for us” said Darek Dabbs, Sera-Brynn’s Senior Vice President for Information Security. “The FBI’s InfraGard Program is a public-private partnership to share information on cyber risks to our national critical infrastructure,” said Dabbs. “In essence, we will have access to the FBI’s most current cyber threat advisories, alerts and warnings. In turn, we will be able to better prepare our clients against those threats.”
“Because all of Sera-Brynn’s security professionals hail from National Intelligence communities and military information security operations, it is also one of only three PCI QSAs worldwide with security professionals that currently hold US Government Top Secret clearances,” said John Kipp, Sera-Brynn’s Chief Operating Officer. “Our collaboration with the FBI through the InfraGard Program allows us to bring the best in cyber security policies and procedures from the National Intelligence communities, Department of Defense and now Department of Justice directly to our commercial clients.”
Sera-Brynn supports multiple Fortune 500 level firms in assessing and improving their security posture, auditing their cardholder security practices, and engineering technical solutions to keep companies and consumers safe from cybercrime.