Secure solutions for the converged cyber domain
CYBERSECURITY TECHNOLOGY EXPERTS
Sentar is a cyber intelligence company, applying advanced analytics and systems engineering expertise to protect our national security and way of life by innovating, building, and securing mission-critical assets.
At Sentar, we recognize that cybersecurity is essential, but not sufficient in tackling the ever-evolving cyber threat; in order to deliver effective outcomes, we must bring expertise in four technical disciplines: cybersecurity, analytics, systems engineering, and intelligence. At the convergence of these four disciplines are Sentar’s solutions: Protecting Data & Critical Infrastructure, Understanding & Managing Cyber Risks, Identifying & Mitigating Vulnerabilities, Proactively Finding Bad Actors, Developing Secure Integrated Systems, and Enhancing Cyber Resilience.
Our outcomes focus on resilience, predictive and proactive operations, automated incident response, risk awareness for decision-making, and deriving intelligence from large datasets. We have also established a strong history of analytics innovation, developing technology using artificial intelligence, machine learning, and agent-based algorithms long before those terms were in vogue. Underpinning our solutions and capabilities, our vision remains aligned with the evolving cyber domain, and is an inspirational mandate to keep us focused on desired outcomes.
In a connected world, cyberattacks present a threat to every aspect of our society.
Our passion is protecting our nation’s security and our way of life by innovating, building, and securing mission critical assets.
Huntsville, AL – August 21, 2020 – Sentar Inc. (Sentar), a women-owned business specializing in advanced cybersecurity and intelligence solutions and technology, is excited to
Huntsville, AL – August 13, 2020 – Sentar Inc. (Sentar), a women-owned business specializing in advanced cybersecurity and Intelligence solutions and technology, is excited to announce
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