While the cyber contractor was largely shielded from the crisis, it now contends with the return-to-office conundrum
By Carten Cordell, Staff Reporter
Jul 22, 2021
Edging closer to the final chapters of the Covid pandemic, Matt Brown is busy strategizing for the future.
The CEO of ShorePoint Inc., a Herndon cybersecurity services company, has weathered most of the business effects of the global crisis because it sits at the center of an essential service for a number of federal agency customers. And its offerings only became more critical following the Biden administration’s first cyber features like multifactor authentication, data encryption and zero-trust architectures.
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