G2 Blog:

Stories from our team.

G2 Blog:

Stories from our team.
Dan Williams, Chief Architect, G2 Ops
24
Jan

What is Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)?

In exact terms, Model-Based Systems Engineering is a formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases. In our words and why it has helped us support our clients for the last 10 years; it is a way to capture and relate design data like Architecture Diagrams, Component Properties, Critical Process Flows, and Requirements into...
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18
Dec

Why Pursue a Career in Cybersecurity?

The Bureau of Labor and Statistics estimates the demand for information security analysts will grow 28% between the years 2016 and 2026, which is faster growth than most other professions. Some of the reasons for this growth is because cybersecurity attacks continue to be more prevalent and attackers tend to be more and more sophisticated in their approach to stealing information. Even more notable is the growth of employment of information security professionals to 56%...
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Tracy Gregorio, President, G2 Ops
28
Nov

How to Build A Cybersecurity Strategy

Do you remember when you were younger, and a parent would ask “Did you get your homework done?” Very often our response is “I will get it done” and most often the night before the assignment was due, we were up at all hours finishing the assignment; tired, stressed and maybe even handing it in full of errors. What were we waiting for?  We ask the same question when it comes to protecting your company...
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14
Jan

Economic development and higher education supported by G2 Ops

Morris Foster and Larry Filer of Old Dominion University write in The Virginian Pilot about the importance of links between universities, economic development and companies like G2 Ops for making entrepreneurship, innovation and venture creation part of a community’s DNA. SHOULD UNIVERSITIES play a role in regional economic development? The easy answer is yes. At Old Dominion University, we view entrepreneurship, innovation and venture creation as part of our DNA. We don’t see academic rigor and...
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