Up to 75% of U.S. homes will be broken into at some point in the next 20 years. However, Americans now increasingly face criminal threats from the online space.
As a result, the cybersecurity industry is booming. Case in point: NetCentrics Corporations is a leading provider of infrastructure, cloud, mission applications, and cybersecurity for the United States government. They announced in late June that the company and the CEO Cynthia Barreda were recognized for multiple awards.
The first group of awards is in the Comparability 2018 Culture Awards for leadership, opportunities for women, diversity, and professional development. The “best of” list for Comparably comes from the sentiment ratings provided by employees who anonymously rated their employers on Comparably.com between May 23, 2017, and May 23, 2018.
Specifically, the company was recognized for Culture Awards in “Best CEOs for Women,” “Best CEOs for Diversity,” “Best Professional Development,” and “Best Leadership Team.”
NetCentrics was also recognized as “Top Workplace” by the Washington Post in late June. It was named one of the Washington Post’s 2018 Top Workplaces in the Washington D.C. area. The list recognized local companies that received the highest ratings from its employees in 2018.
“NetCentrics strives to create a positive, rewarding environment for our employees and this award from The Washington Post emphasizes the collaborative, dynamic culture we’ve built as an organization. The fact that this award is determined by employee feedback is a testament to how results-driven the talented staff at NetCentrics is,” said Cynthia Barreda, CEO of NetCentrics. “As we continue to grow, we look forward to bringing together employees from all walks of life to contribute to the shared goal of delivering IT solutions to government agencies.”
Part of the reason NetCentrics might be winning all these awards and recognition is that they are ISO 9001, ISO 27,001 and ISO 20,000 registered. ISO 9001 has eight sections, and they are Scope, Normative Reference, Terms and Definitions, Quality Management System, Management Responsibility, Resource Management, Product Realization, and Measurement, Analysis, and Improvement. They are used as a Quality Management System (QMS) to help an organization meet its own requirements as well as its customer’s requirements to help the organization.
The other ISO programs help with things like cybersecurity and information security. Global Military Cybersecurity Market Analysis and Trends Report 2018 revealed that NetCentrics was in the top seven leading companies for cybersecurity. Since cybercrime damage costs are expected to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021, NetCentrics is making a smart move by protecting themselves and their customers.
NetCentrics makes it pretty obvious that taking care of your employees, your customers, and your safety create a perfect formula for success.