Lunarline was created in 2004 to help solve a colossal information security problem prevalent in both the government and private sectors. Throughout the developed world, governments, defense industries, and companies in finance, power, and telecommunications are increasingly targeted by overlapping surges of cyber attacks from criminals and nation-states seeking economic or military advantage. Recently, Senator Diane Feinstein stated that “alongside terrorism, cyber security is perhaps the number one threat facing our nation today.” Realizing this need, Lunarline is dedicated to providing their customers with the solutions, personnel, and training they require to ensure the data they store, transmit, or process is secure right from the beginning.
Lunarline has offices throughout the United States, but are headquartered in Arlington, VA, home to numerous cyber-related Federal assets. Cybercrime is not just a threat to bank accounts or personal computers, it’s an issue of national security. Over the last few years there has been no lack of media reports regarding cyber break-ins, identity theft and more. These all go a long way to highlight the problem, but represent only the tip of the iceberg. FBI Director Robert Mueller warned attendees at a corporate security conference last month: "There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those that will be." Addressing this ongoing issue, Lunarline provides specialized Cyber Security and Information Assurance Training to employees of companies looking to protect their informational assets.
Below is a video preview of the “Moving America Forward” interview featuring Lunarline.
Lunarline was presented the prestigious Moving America Forward Award by Retired Rear Admiral Kevin F. Delaney for making an effective and positive impact on Cyber Security by successfully providing strategic cyber security and privacy initiatives and support for some the largest and most successful Federal, DoD, IC, and Fortune 500 customers in the world.