MathCraft’s products are designed to make life easier for FSOs and other security officers who are tasked with safeguarding our nation’s most sensitive information in accordance with NISPOM. With so many tasks to complete on a daily basis, data organization, entry and retrieval are among the most cumbersome tasks an FSO can perform. When visit […]
Defense manufacturers provide the United States government with a wide variety of tools and weapons to preserve our nation’s interests at home and abroad. Learn more about how MathCraft products support FSO’s in this video blog.
The Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) took off running after it was established to replace the Defense Security Service (DSS) in 2019. Since then, it has taken on 95% of background investigations for the U.S government while working to create new security standards for federal agencies and contractors associated with the Department of Defense […]
Our story begins in the winter of 1990 when computer science graduate and software consultant Mr. Imo Etuk left his secure job with a prominent defense contractor to start a consulting business. It was the infant years of digital technology. After seeing the chaos that surrounded the management of security clearances, MathCraft Security Technologies, Inc. […]
October is the scariest month of the year, but not because of Halloween. While the rest of the nation prepares for trick-or-treaters, during October the government observes National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCAM) to remind agencies of the scariest danger facing Americans today: cyber-threats. According to Federal CIO Grant Schneider, the U.S government has “come a […]
The Federal contracting world is fraught with fierce competition. There are numerous governance and compliance hurdles unique to Federal contracts. Facility Security Officers (FSOs) need the right tools to meet the challenges of keeping facilities secure. Failure to provide these solutions may not only impact efficiency, but it may generate future expenses that could have […]