America’s Cyber Future Security and Prosperity in the Information Age

June 26, 2019

Cyber threats imperil America, now and for the foreseeable future. They endanger the enormous economic, social and military advances enabled by cyberspace, not only for the United States but also for the world. While a “cyber Armageddon” does not appear imminent, cyber attacks are more than a nuisance and more than criminal activity. They constitute a serious challenge to U.S. national security and demand greater attention from American leaders.

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SixGen enables agile secure mission success in cyberspace through full spectrum cyber solutions. A mission focused company; SixGen success is predicated on its experienced cadre of technical SMEs providing solutions to the nations toughest challenges in cyberspace in conducting intelligence operations, mitigating threats to critical infrastructure and key resources, and developing the capabilities necessary for providing enhanced shared situational awareness to the warfighter through faster data solutions with a focus on security. SixGen understands the unique challenges both commercial and government organizations face in today's rapidly changing net-centric landscape and provides subject matter expertise to customer contracts through the following functional domains of expertise: Cyber Operations, Analytics & Development: SixGen presents an experienced cadre of cyber planners, operators, analysts, and developer subject matter experts with proven mission success against the Intelligen

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