G2 Blog:

Stories from our team.

G2 Blog:

Stories from our team.
Ransomware
31
Oct

Cybersecurity Awareness & Training: The First Defense Against Ransomware

It was in early 1991 when I remember sitting at the kitchen table one morning after breakfast reading the comics section of the San Diego Union Tribune.  I diverted my attention from “Calvin & Hobbs” to the words “Michelangelo” and “Virus” plastered across the main headlines of a section that my father was reading as he sat across from me.  I inquired as to the meaning of the words to which he responded succinctly something...
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G2 Ops Innovation Challenge
30
Oct

An Inside Look at the G2 Ops 2019 Innovation Challenge

The second Annual G2 Ops Innovation Challenge wrapped up earlier this month. Four teams tackled the challenge framed as a series of progressive milestones where teams used U.S. Coast Guard data to develop a classification system and risk analysis methodology to predict the probability of an accident, injury, and amount of potential financial losses through statistical analysis, simulation, and parameter driven what-if scenarios. At the start, all teams were provided a data set and a...
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06
Oct

Intern Insights – A Q&A with Computer Engineering and Business Interns at G2 Ops

  Ever wonder what it’s like to work at a leading Systems Engineering and Cybersecurity company? Computer Engineering Intern, Cason Brinson, and Business Intern, Chloe Kleppe, sat down to reflect on their internship experiences at G2 Ops. They discuss a range of topics including G2 Ops company culture, the skills they have learned, and how TCC made a difference in their college careers.   CASON BRINSONJunior at Virginia Tech, Major: Computer Engineering What did you...
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06
Aug

Part II: Engineering Systems Integration or Systems Engineering Integration?

I mentioned in my last blog about Integration and eluding to its relation to systems engineering. In my humble opinion systems engineering is quite different than integration. The planning is different, the structures are different, and the thinking is different. Systems engineers (as others) do systems integration planning and objects integration itself.  If you take any device or system(s), thing, wicket (well let’s just call whatever ‘it’ is an Object) and connect them in any...
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