Resecurity Begins Strategic Cybersecurity Membership with AFCEA International
Award-winning cybersecurity firm Resecurity, Inc. recently announced its corporate membership with AFCEA, the leading professional association for advanced knowledge-sharing and technical collaboration across multiple industries, including cyber defense, artificial intelligence, electronic warfare, and critical IT infrastructure. This powerful new connection will enable Resecurity to network directly with government agencies, the military, and other professional organizations to better protect global businesses and nations against the most advanced and complex cyber threats.
Award-winning cybersecurity firm Resecurity, Inc. recently announced its corporate membership with AFCEA.
With 140 chapters worldwide, comprising 1600 corporate members and over 30,000 individual members, AFCEA is uniquely positioned to offer valuable networking opportunities that give industry leaders the ability to learn from other experts while offering their own advice and solutions to their fellow IT providers. This mutual collaboration strengthens global cyber defense strategies, better protecting critical classified government and military data.
In addition to collaboration and networking, AFCEA also offers cybersecurity professionals the opportunity to maintain their credentials by attending AFCEA learning sessions. These events are approved by AFCEA partners such as CompTIA, GIAC, and CertNexus. AFCEA memberships include professional organizations of all sizes, from small firms to large enterprises. Through this corporate membership, Resecurity positions itself as a partner with other cybersecurity leaders, working together to share knowledge about the latest threats seen in the wild.
Resecurity is a leading provider of strategic cybersecurity solutions and intelligence for risk assessment, intrusion detection and prevention, and threat analysis with a focus on ecosystem protection. Rather than emphasizing only one element of an enterprise’s dynamic ecosystem, Resecurity covers all domains, including employees and executives, network infrastructure, publicly-facing services and apps, the Cloud environment, and supply chain and third-party risk. This ensures maximum protection and coverage for an enterprise.