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Internet security is big business for Wisconsin Rapids firm

Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. - Sami Saydjari could serve as an inspiration for anyone who has ever dreamed of building a home-based business, but his four-year-old venture is no ordinary consulting company.

Saydjari
Saydjari has established a $5 million annual business called the Cyber Defense Agency
Full article >>> yees, but they don't congregate in one spot.

The company, founded in 2002, has people in Wisconsin, California, Minneapolis-St. Paul (including the CIO), Tennessee, and the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. region. About half of its employees are in the vicinity of the nation's capital, where most of its defense clients operate.

CDA has received two DoD grants through the Information Assurance Consortium<......

Full article >>> ligent security architectural approach to defending the system, again with respect to the way the mission is accomplished, he said, and orchestrating those mechanisms together in a way that coherently defends against attackers.

National initiative

In 2002, Saydjari was one of 50 people who wrote a letter to President Bush s......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 12/20/06


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