The importance of cybersecurity to our nation’s defense, security, and economy cannot be overstated. It takes vigilance at every level of an enterprise and starts with a thorough understanding of your network and its vulnerabilities. For more than 25 years, ICF’s cyber and infrastructure security professionals have been implementing solutions that keep our clients ahead of the curve. Our team is led by some of the nation’s most respected and experienced cybersecurity and resilience leaders.
Sitting at the nexus of cybersecurity and physical infrastructures, we provide enterprise solutions for resilience, whether securing an energy grid, transportation system, defense network, or private healthcare information system. ICF helps each client mount a sophisticated, effective defense, and in return, we have an almost 100% client retention rate.
Our team of cybersecurity specialists helps homeland security, intelligence, and military clients to build and successfully defend the most aggressively attacked infrastructures on the planet, and we bring this same level of mil-spec expertise to our commercial clients. As the stakes get higher, ICF has doubled down on research, driving conversations about the state-of-the-art security at its annual CyberSci conference and patenting technology developed in its own cyber lab.
From building the system that served as the model for network defense services within the U.S. Department of Defense to improving machine-to-machine learning for better cyber defense to patenting a new way to visualize cyber threats using virtual reality technology, we innovate to stay one step ahead. As a top priority for our nation and successful organizations, cybersecurity deserves no less.
ICF provides innovative, tested cybersecurity solutions that help a variety of clients reduce the risk of data loss, detect intrusions, and prevent theft of confidential information.
ICF helps clients manage cybersecurity threats with highly customizable solutions and identity management that ensures the safety of confidential data and valuable intellectual property.
ICF helps U.S. federal government agencies protect their data, ensure its availability as needed, and keep it under the control of authorized users.
Samuel Visner brings experience in national security and cybersecurity on projects for the private and public sectors. He served as the former Chief of Signals Intelligence Programs at the National Security Agency, and is a professor at Georgetown University. Sam consults to the National Intelligence Council and is a member of the Intelligence Community Strategic Studies Group.
Bill Christman brings experience in network security policies, controls, and monitoring. He is the lead for a large computer service provider and information assurance manager within the U.S. Department of Defense. Bill specializes in program management, computer operations management, network operations, forensics, and technical support with a high level of support for intrusion detection system implementation and operation.
David Simonetti provides identity and access management thought leadership, with specialized knowledge of public key cryptography, federated identity management, and smart card technologies; the application of these technologies for both logical and physical access control; and the implementation of systems compliant with HSPD-12. He supports client identity governance and administration initiatives, and industry authentication initiatives.