Developing smarter and more resilient infrastructure through cybersecurity
Matt House joined Tetra Tech in 2018 and is Vice President within Tetra Tech’s Federal Information Technology (IT) team. Matt oversees our technology solutions service offerings primarily out of the Washington, DC, metropolitan area.
Matt has a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Computer Science from the University of Maryland and a Master of Science in IT. We talked with Matt as part of our #TtInspires campaign celebrating the passion of Tetra Tech employees. Follow #TtInspires on social media for more stories.
Transforming cybersecurity programs to evolve with emerging technologies and mitigate cyber threats
Veronica Cuello is a cybersecurity leader specializing in risk management and program transformation. She has been supporting clients for more than 20 years, consistently improving their security posture. In her role as a cybersecurity executive, Veronica is responsible for ensuring excellence in customer delivery, expanding Tetra Tech’s cybersecurity services into new markets, and continuing to develop cutting-edge cyber capabilities. Veronica also co-leads a women’s initiative program with the aim of empowering and advancing women in the workplace.
Rich Gilbert, chief digital information officer, on how COVID-19 is allowing IT at the insurer to move full steam ahead on its innovation roadmap.
Before COVID-19 became a reality, Aflac, the $23 billion insurance company, had embarked on a digital transformation. Launched in early 2019, “One Digital Aflac” would use technology to make it easier for customers to buy insurance, for the sales teams to sell into the marketplace, and for employees to deliver. “We built a whole portfolio around looking at our business from the customer lens,” says Rich Gilbert, senior vice president and chief digital information officer, who joined Aflac in January of last year.
It’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month and being Cyber Safe has never been more important
By Kevin Roundy, Technical Director at NortonLifeLock Research Group
2020 has been a landmark year in so many ways. Among other challenges, people were forced to find innovative ways to work, learn, and socialize—many of these requiring a new level of digital connection. As a large number of adults and children in communities around the world transitioned to working and learning from home, new vulnerabilities were created.
The cybersecurity and digital privacy of our employees and clients are vital to our operations. We invite you to #BeCyberSmart today and every day by joining us throughout October as we share how our experts are Leading with Science® in cybersecurity on projects around the world.
Particularly in Today’s Work-From-Home Environment
By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility
Cyber threats around the world continue to evolve with greater complexity, severity, and impact to businesses. In the past few months, there has been a notable increase in ransomware attacks and threats, particularly those focused on COVID-19 related fraud and scams.
Building a safe digital environment is essential to making remote learning work, experts say.
Millions of students will attend school online this fall because of the coronavirus, either by choice or not.
Understandably, parents have a lot of questions: How will they access their child’s learning materials? Do they have enough devices? How is the school distributing tablets and laptops? Will there be a new grading policy?
But two questions somewhat absent from the conversation are how remote learning affects privacy, and what are the steps that parents, students and teachers can take to build an online environment that feels like a safe space.
Norton Small Business helps keep CAIR-Oklahoma data secure while the organization combats Islamophobia in Oklahoma
Product donation is one way NortonLifeLock supports the nonprofit community. In FY20 alone Norton product donations have helped more than 10,000 nonprofits and public libraries, with a product retail value of over $2.2 million, solve today’s biggest security challenges and protect against the ever-evolving threat landscape.