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Laura Rodgers

Business Development/Cybersecurity Compliance, North Carolina Military Business Center
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As a member of the NCMBC’s business development team, Ms. Rodgers identifies future and current federal prime and subcontracting opportunities, identifies and notifies companies of these opportunities and provides one-on-one assis

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Technology
Jun 29, 2022

The Importance of Creating a Cybersecurity Culture

Developing a secure AND compliant cybersecurity program is a daunting and complex task, and organizations often ask, “where should we start?”After many years of working with quality management systems, I have come up with what I believe is the right

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Feb 25, 2022

Communication and Collaboration – Cybersecurity Solutions for Defense Contractors

There’s no denying that we are in a digitally driven economy, and that data is the new currency. We are also in a cyber war with our adversaries. Add to that the Department of Justice’s Civil Cyber Initiative* and you’ve got the perfect cyber-storm f

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In May, the Greater Fayetteville Business Journal celebrated small business month and Mother’s Day! In an effort to further recognize both of these important events, we have assembled a few stories highlighting working mothers and “mom-owned” small b