News Archive: May 2019

April 17th, 2019 | X Corp Solutions, Southern University team up for new Cyber Security Center of Excellence at Quantico

Fredericksburg.com

The 30,000 square-foot center will be the largest cyber security center in a Virginia HUBZone when it opens in August. Stafford County defense contractor X Corp Solutions has secured Southern University and the Southern University System Foundation as the lead academic partner at the Cyber Security Center of Excellence that it is building at Quantico Corporate Center.

February 18th, 2019 | Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity

Xcorpsolutions.com

What’s Monitoring Your Control Systems?

From water to facility lighting, from fire and life safety systems to natural gas, we depend upon Control Systems every day. And today, most of these crucial pieces of our infrastructure are networked and have the potential to be easily exploited.  Come to Cyber Bytes on February 21st to hear Daryl Haegley, GISCP, OCP, provide unique insight into how DoD and businesses are addressing these challenges to assure the security of operations , critical infrastructure and mission continuity.

Please RSVP https://cyberbytesfoundation.org/cyberbytes-networking-events/

January 22nd, 2019 | The Quantum Factor in Cybersecurity

xcorpsolutions.com

Xcorp would like to invite you and your Cyber experts to the most relevant event in Cyber Security in the NOVA area. The 7th Cyber Bytes Networking Event will be on January 24th at 3:00pm. Our guest speaker is Dr. Joel Gottlieb, Quantum Physicist & Software Engineer at D-Wave Systems.
RSVP to:

October 31st, 2018 | Secure 5G - Critical Infrastructure for the Digital Economy

Xcorpsolutions.com

XCorp would like to invite you and your Cyber experts to the most relevant event in Cyber Security in the NOVA area. The 6th. Cyber Bytes Networking Event will be on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 4:30pm-6:30pm. This month’s topic will be “Secure 5G – Critical Infrastructure for the Digital Economy”. Our guest speaker is Major General (Ret.) Robert “Wheels” Wheeler Former DoD DCIO for C411C Jones Group International/Dynology.

RSVP to:

 devin.piotrowski@xcorpsolutions.com

September 25th, 2018 | Life and Death of Digital Data, What it means for Cyber Operations

Xcorpsolutions.com

XCorp would like to invite you and your Cyber experts to the most relevant event in Cyber Security in the NOVA area. The 4th Cyber Bytes Networking Event will be on Thursday,September 27, 2018 at 4:30pm. This month’s topic will be “Life and Death of Digital Data, What it means for Cyber Operations”. Our guest speaker is Dr. James Jones, Associate Professor at George Mason University. RSVP to: lisa.garrity@xcorpsolutions.com

RSVP to: lisa.garrity@xcorpsolutions.com

August 24th, 2018 | Cisco is presenting a new webinar series focused on our Veteran community

Netacad.com

Cisco is presenting a new webinar series focused on our Veteran community where we offer advice and resources on how to navigate your transition from military to the tech industry. There are three virtual sessions over the course of three days: September 18, 19, & 20 @ 7am PST.

 

Our speakers are Veterans who have made the transition into the tech industry and experts in the field. They’ll be offering their advice and information about:

  • Tools to help translate your military experiences to civilian work proficiencies
  • Career paths and training opportunities available to veterans
  • Which military skills are in high demand in the tech sector

 

You don’t need to have technical skills to be a part of the tech industry – join us to learn more!

Be sure to register for each session today

 

August 14th, 2018 | FIVE DECADES OF THE GLOBE & LAUREL The Globe & Laurel restaurant, Marine Corps veteran Rick Spooner's historic pub, celebrates 50 years

Fredericksburg.com

Retired Marine Corps Maj. Rick Spooner, now 92, said he and his wife, Gloria, opened the Globe & Laurel restaurant 50 years ago out of a desire to serve those who put everything—even their lives—on the line for the love of their country.

“They deserved a place they could gather and enjoy the company of other like-minded individuals,” Spooner said. His posture was ramrod straight, and he sported a full head of white crewcut hair and a pencil-thin mustache. “I wanted to give them a comfortable place to relax, have a drink, a bite to eat—a home.”

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