Firm Named for Government Contractor of the Year, Executive Rob Palmer Finalist for Cyber Executive of the Year
For Immediate Release
October 4, 2021
Washington, DC – ShorePoint Inc., a cybersecurity services company that protects customers’ critical assets from cyber threats, has been named a finalist for a Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Capital Cyber Award in the category of Cyber Government Contractor of the Year. ShorePoint Executive Vice President and CTO Rob Palmer has also been named a finalist for Cyber Executive of the Year.
“Today, cybersecurity is at the forefront of business leaders’ minds, as they implement safeguards to protect their data and propriety information to mitigate risks of cyberattacks,” said Jennifer Taylor, president and CEO, NVTC. “ShorePoint was selected as a finalist for the third annual NVTC Capital Cyber Awards because they are making a meaningful difference in protecting our critical assets, personal information and national security.”
The NVTC Capital Cyber Awards honor the region’s best cyber companies and leaders. This year, NVTC received nearly 40 nominations from area companies, organizations and individuals. The panel of judges included Lenard Marcus, general partner, Edison Partners; Tony Moraco, former CEO, SAIC and Dr. John Zangardi, president, Redhorse Corporation. Award recipients will be announced on October 22.
“We are proud to receive this important recognition from the Northern Virginia Technology Council,” said Matt Brown, ShorePoint co-founder and Chief Executive Officer. “It is a reflection of our teams’ accomplishments and the close, collaborative relationships we enjoy with our clients to be named among the area’s best cyber security providers.”
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Launched in 2017, ShorePoint is committed to driving positive change in the community and for its clients. The company continuously invests in and promotes professional and technical growth for each employee to remain on the forefront of cybersecurity best practices. ShorePoint offers clients unmatched cybersecurity experience in federal civilian, defense, and intelligence communities, as well as commercial support in technology financial and healthcare industries.