And the Frederick Cybersecurity Winner is……

Antietam Technologies, Inc. was awarded the 2017 Best of Frederick County Winner by the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland during their Maryland Cybersecurity Awards celebration. Antietam was recognized for their success in protecting businesses/government entities from cyber threats, attack and danger. 

Antietam Technologies, located on Buckeystown Pike, Frederick, was founded in 2006 and provides cutting edge solutions, processes and protections to their clients. Over the past two years, they have been the lead investigator and response coordinator to multiple high profile system compromises.

Helen Propheter, Director of the Frederick County Office of Economic Development said, “We are very proud of Antietam Technologies success and their ability to secure customers’ infrastructure, critical data and reputation.” Antietam provides the ability to cover all areas of the cyber kill chain, investigation, cost effective cyber support services and solutions consulting.

The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland (CAMI) was established in 2015 as a nonprofit organization dedicated to facilitating sales and job growth for the state in the $100B global cybersecurity industry.  CAMI operates Buy MD Cyber (BMC), a program connecting Maryland cyber companies with prospective buyers – locally, nationally and globally – online and in person connecting Maryland’s cybersecurity companies face-to-face with executives and cyber/IT professionals seeking cybersecurity solutions for their businesses.

Maryland is CyberSecurity 

Maryland is home to many federal, commercial and academic cybersecurity and resources including National Security Agency (NSA), National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), US Cyber Command, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, University of Maryland, 17 Colleges with NSA’s National Centers of Academic Excellence certification, over 25 technology and business incubators and accelerators and award-winning cyber security companies.

Contact the Frederick County Office of Economic Development at 301-600-1058 to learn more about the  resources and programs available to cyber companies including: the Maryland Venture Fund, Seed Investment Fund, Cybersecurity Investment Incentive Tax Credit, Employer Security Clearance Costs Tax Credit, Maryland Industrial Partnerships and the Research and Development Tax Credit.

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