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In the Beginning
After obtaining dual Bachelor degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics and a Masters degree in Computer Science in 1995, Innocent ”Inno” Eroraha was employed by SAIC as a Software Engineer to support a USAF project. Then he secured a Network Security position at Network Associates (now McAfee) in 1996 – when firewalls were rare and not many companies had a website, let alone Internet presence. In 1998, Inno joined Smartronix as a Principal Security Engineer to lead Marine Corps Network and Security Operations (MCNOSC)—which is now part of MARFORCYBER—responsible for protecting DoD assets around the globe from advanced nation-state cyber adversaries. In this role, he developed a system that automated security operations globally.
Then the “Dot Com” arrived, and, wanting to capitalize on the phenomenon, Inno gained employment with Network Solutions (VeriSign) in 2000 with the responsibility to defend corporate domain registry and registrar assets (.COM, .NET, and .ORG) against cyber attackers. At VeriSign, he developed a threat detection system (which was not commercialized) to uncover new and mitigated threats across the enterprise network.
Taking the knowledge gained from DoD and commercial security vendors, Inno decided to start NetSecurity as a boutique security company to provide very tailored hands-on security and forensics solutions in 2004.
Mission, Vision, Values
To be the brand of choice for computer forensics and cyber security
To detect, respond to, and prevent advanced cyber attacks in real time
- Customer Service
NetSecurity® Corporation is a computer forensics and cyber security company that provides innovative, timely, high-quality, customer-focused solutions to our customers.
NetSecurity was founded in 2004 to provide cyber security solutions. The firm is a privately-held company and is a Small Business Administration (SBA) Certified 8(a) firm incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Our office is headquartered at 22375 Broderick Drive, Suite 210, Dulles, Virginia 20166, which is about 40 minutes from Downtown, Washington DC. NetSecurity holds the GSA MAS Contract, GSA 8(a) STAR III Contract, and other GWAC contract vehicles.
The state-of-the-art NetSecurity Forensic Labs, our experts acquire, preserve, analyze, and produce digital evidence promptly that withstands legal scrutiny. Our cyber security solutions help organizations detect, respond to, and prevent sophisticated cyber attacks in real-time.
NetSecurity's team is made up of security experts, computer forensics investigators, consultants, malware researchers, and software developers with in-depth real-world expertise. Our management team has technical backgrounds and business experience gained from working in a variety of organizations.
Innocent “Inno” Eroraha
Founder & CEO
Innocent “Inno” Eroraha
Founder & CEO
Innocent “Inno” Eroraha is the Founder & CEO of NetSecurity. His primary responsibility is to position NetSecurity as “the brand of choice for forensics and security,” by developing innovative, next generation endpoint security products to neutralize sophisticated attacks and insider threats. Mr. Eroraha oversees NetSecurity’s day-to-day operations, including the product development of THREATRESPONDER® PLATFORM, which he invented. He directs the execution of NetSecurity’s products and solutions and helps clients protect, defend, and recover valuable assets from cyber attacks and data breaches. He consults for DoD, Government civilian agencies, Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, and other organizations to solve very complex cyber security problems.
Before founding NetSecurity, Mr. Eroraha was a senior manager of information security at VeriSign, Inc., where he developed a threat detection and notification tool. He also worked at Network Associates (now McAfee), Trusted Information Systems, Smartronix, SAIC, and other firms. As a principal security engineer at the Marine Corps Network Operations and System Command (now MARFORCYBER), he led the cyber implementation, operations, and defense of USMC and DoD assets against determined cyber adversaries and insider threat actors.
Mr. Eroraha has authored or contributed to numerous articles about computer security, cyber crime, forensics, and incident response in outlets including Virginia Lawyers Weekly, Richmond Times Dispatch, MIT Technology Review, Securities Industry News, Northern Virginia Magazine, and SC Magazine. Further, he has presented in industry events, such as CEIC, SANS, ISACA, IIA, ISSA, OWASP, MISTI, Techno Forensics, and The Computer Forensics Show.
Mr. Eroraha graduated cum laude with dual-Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and computer science from Morgan State University. He also earned a Master’s degree in computer science from The George Washington University. Additionally, he has certifications, which include CISSP-ISSAP, ISSMP, CISM, CISA, CCSA, CCSE, and CHFI. He is a member of FBI InfraGard, HTCIA, (ISC)2, ISSA, and ISACA.
Chief Security Officer
Chief Security Officer
O. C. Moton is NetSecurity’s Chief Security Officer, responsible for providing executive leadership, business operations, and solving our customers’ problems in the defense and intelligence communities.
Before joining NetSecurity, Mr. Moton served as the Vice President of Operations / Director of Cyber/IT for Global Resource Solutions, Inc. His responsibilities included managing directors, 200+ employees, and the performance of three business units (Intelligence, Specialized Security, and Cyber/IT).
Mr. Moton began his professional career in Counterintelligence with the US Army. His military service as a professional soldier spanned ten years during which he supported numerous sensitive and classified operations and served in many different positions from South East Asia to Washington, DC.
Following his Army career, Mr. Moton remained in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area as a defense contractor and later relocated to San Antonio, TX, to continue providing intelligence and specialized security support to the Air Force (HAF A2/A3, SAF/XO, SAF/AQ, SAF/AAZ, SAF/AAH, ACC, AFSPC, 24th AF, AFMC, AFRL, 25th AF, NASIC), OSD, JCS, NSA, DIA, CIA, NRO, DARPA and other government agencies.
Mr. Moton’s career also included Department of Defense (DOD) Civil Service where he performed Senior Analyst responsibilities for management, de-confliction, and coordination of Air Force resources supporting intelligence missions and sensitive tasking requirements from Sister Services, Combatant Commands, Combat Support Agencies, and Non-DOD Federal Departments and Agencies (NDFDAs). He served as subject matter expert to Commanders and other senior government officials on highly sensitive and classified enterprise-wide mission activities; provided innovative solutions to support the presentation of intelligence, surveillance, and/or reconnaissance capabilities; and resolved extremely complex and difficult operational issues. He performed team leadership and management of operations support personnel and ensured AF intelligence manpower selected for down range deployment received up-to-date Counterintelligence (CI) and tradecraft training to include other asset support. Mr. Moton researched, developed, and communicated real-world conditions affecting deployment of airmen down-range; planned and tracked assigned support requests; revised priority of support to meet mission requirements; and informed higher level leadership of changes in support requirements.
Mark Haupt Sr., MBA
Mark Haupt Sr., MBA
Mark M. Haupt Sr. is a decorated United States Air Force Veteran, serial entrepreneur and co-founder of the North Carolina Veterans Business Association 501(c)(3) headquartered in Charlotte, NC. He served as a member of the NC Governor’s Advisory Council for Small and HUB Businesses and is a Trustee of a large corporate Volunteer Employee Benefit Association.
After thirty years in the corporate environment he founded Converged Services, Inc. in 2008. A seasoned executive leader of global business development, customer service, and operations organizations, Mark has more than thirty years global and domestic Information Technology and Telecommunications industry experience. Mark is a proven innovator and world-class individual with strong government and commercial enterprise experience that introduced products and services in fourteen international markets and several large and small national telecommunications companies. Mark is a collegial executive and team player with a concertmaster leadership style that inspires both allegiance and hard work.
Mark served as President on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Veterans Business Association and served on the Tammy Lynn Foundation Board of Directors in Raleigh, North Carolina. He served on the Board of Directors during its formative years, 1991 through 1995, of the Research Triangle Park Federal Credit Union.
Converged Services Inc. is a veteran owned and operated company that delivered Information Technology professional services and products for the City of Charlotte. Converged Services Inc. holds several long term federal contracts and is part of the registered North Carolina small business community. Mark has been successful in placing companies on the GSA contract, teaming with subject matter experts and mentoring transitioning veterans and veteran business owners for the US Army Wounded Transition Battalion at Ft. Bragg.
Mark acquired a commercial Information Technology company, Taylor Made Solution, LLC in 2014, grew its marketspace by 15% and sold the company in 2017.
Mark is a co-founder and past President of the North Carolina Veterans Business Association. This organization is dedicated to educate, empower and connect veterans in commerce in the State of North Carolina. The association is partnered with NC Military Business Association, Small Business Administration (SBA) and various veteran business groups across the state of North Carolina. Mark was instrumental in progressing veteran friendly legislation in the State of North Carolina.
Director of Emerging Technology
Director of Emerging Technology
Steve Williams is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all technology services, including cloud operations, endpoint threat detection, and virtualization. Mr. Williams helps customers analyze complex business needs and deliver technical solutions. He leads business development and capture activities to win contracts in new accounts and expand penetration in existing accounts within the private sector. Mr. Williams supports Federal government agencies with network design, cloud migrations, network support, and project management.
Mr. Williams successfully leads NetSecurity to advanced partnership levels with Microsoft (Silver), Amazon Web Services (AWS APN and Government), Google Cloud, and Dell.
Distinguished Advisory Board
Ray Vazquez is an expert risk executive who helps companies unlock capability, capacity, and knowledge to solve complex business challenges. He has held corporate positions in information security, financial reporting, information technology, operations, and risk management across multiple industries including financial services, entertainment and media, non-profit, higher education, retail, and manufacturing. Mr. Vazquez has designed risk management frameworks that combine technology and processes to provide stakeholders a shared view of risk. His approach to risk management and process improvement has led to sustainable solutions and successful remediation of regulatory matters.
Mr. Vazquez’ expertise includes information security, enterprise risk management, operational risk management, and technology risk management. Mr. Vazquez is also an expert in IT internal audit, regulatory compliance (SOX, PCI, GDPR, CMMC, FISMA, etc.), and software development life cycle.
Darek Dabbs, CISSP/PCI-QSA, is the Chief Information Officer at Sera-Brynn, a top-tier Cyber Security firm headquartered in Southeast Virginia. Mr. Dabbs has over 20 years of experience supporting multi-tiered and highly classified information security efforts in both the Federal and Private sector. He oversees all information security engagements for Sera-Brynn’s Fortune 500, large Healthcare, and Enterprise-level clients. As Sera-Brynn’s lead PCI Qualified Security Assessor, Mr. Dabbs further manages the company’s PCI and HIPAA assessment efforts. Mr. Dabbs resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Taryn Butler Lewis
Taryn Butler Lewis
Taryn Butler Lewis currently serves as the Director of Education and Industry Programs at the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). At INFORMS, she has profit and loss responsibilities and provides strategic direction for numerous products and programs, including the Certified Analytics Professional (CAP) certification and professional development. Additionally, she works with her board counterparts to develop the overall strategy that enhances the value and experiences of academic and practice members.
Before joining INFORMS, Ms. Lewis spent the past 25+ years serving in various roles, beginning as a technical contributor and elevating to Director of Programs for several federal government consultants. She served in senior leadership roles in industry, including strategic and operational planning, the organization and operation of PMOs, multi-million-dollar government program management of cross-functional teams, and business development activities. Her previous technical experience includes research and data analysis on various domestic and international air traffic management problems and Department of Defense projects. She is a skilled professional who welcomes the challenges of balancing competing objectives in fast-paced, dynamic environments. She credits her STEM education for her analytical skills and her ability to work with diverse teams to break down complex problems and develop innovative solutions.
Ms. Lewis is passionate about encouraging underrepresented individuals to pursue careers in STEM. She believes that increased diversity brings increased innovation, which elevates all of society. Ms. Lewis volunteers with “Black Girls Code” and “The BIG Math Network” and has mentored middle school children and challenged them to see the mathematics in everything and not be afraid of it. She is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She volunteers hours each month to support her local community in social action and economic development.
Ms. Lewis earned a Master of Arts in Applied Mathematics/Operations Research from the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD. She also holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute.
Dr. Edward Mills
Dr. Edward Mills
A collaborative and adaptable leader with more than 30 years of experience, Dr. Mills has committed his career to supporting students to achieve their dreams. He is a highly experienced administrator with unique expertise in enrollment management. He cares deeply about his students and actively partners with faculty, staff, and community leaders to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment.
As a first-generation college student himself, Dr. Mills learned to navigate complex academic and financial processes. He often tells students how he missed his first-year orientation. Without that information, he showed up at the university a week early and lived in his van until the residence halls opened. Working part-time in the financial aid office, he started his career helping students figure out ways to finance their education.
Dr. Mills joined Sacramento State in 2007 and has served as Vice President for Student Affairs since 2014. As a member of the President’s cabinet, Dr. Mills oversees a budget of more than $68 million, covering 58 departments and 450 staff and faculty. He has led university committees on diversity, administrative policies, and wellness initiatives. Dr. Mills has provided leadership for multi-million dollar construction and facility improvement projects for Student Affairs, Auxiliaries, and Athletics. He also serves as co-principle investigator on several grants with faculty, including the university’s Developing Hispanic Serving Institution grant.
Jeremy Martin is a senior Red Team Penetration Tester and Forensic Examiner specializing in government, military, and commercial systems. He has helped develop several Forensic labs with multiple governments and Red teams within the DoD. Jeremy has deep expertise in building Cyber Ranges and has released a portable cyber range for training Red/Blue/Purple team simulations.
Mr. Martin’s specialties include Ethical Hacking, Red Team Penetration Testing, Computer Forensics, Cyber Warfare, and Reverse Engineering. He teaches Ethical Hacking/Application Security/Forensics for InfoSec Institute, Information Warfare Center, and the US Government. Jeremy holds security certifications, which include CISSP-ISSMP/ISSAP, NSA-IAM/IEM, CEI, CHFI, CEH, CNDA, ECSA, LPT, CEPT, CPT, CASS, CDRP, CSSA, CREA, and others too many to list.
NetSecurity is a unique company founded in 2004 as a cyber security company, not one that just happens to offer security services among other technology services. Our name is synonymous with network security. Government and private sector companies patronize us because:
- Our game-changing ThreatResponder® Platform — the new yardstick for endpoint security
- State-of-the-art NetSecurity® Forensic Labs
- Hands-On How-To® Training program
- Self-funded and profitable, unlike the major competitors in the endpoint security market
- Trusted by some of the most critical organizations on the planet, including defense, government, and private sector
Clients & Testimonials
Become a happy customer
Thank you very much for all the hard work, focus, expertise, and time you have put into testing the security of our web-based payroll application…. All that have learned so far will become part of our standard development procedures. It has been a rewarding experience working with you. Maybe we’ll have the opportunity again in the future since we are continually developing new online products and services to expand our portfolio of offerings.
- Lead Software Developer, a Major International Payroll Company
Please accept my appreciation for the outstanding service you have provided to us. Your contributions to the Certification and Accreditation process at the Department of Veterans Affairs were critical to the overall success of the project…We values our business relationship and are looking forward to working with you on future endeavors.
- Dirk De Conick, Vice President
Thank you for an outstanding job on the penetration testing! I am very impressed by your knowledge and professionalism. I look forward to working with you on future engagements.
- Blake Turrentine, Founder & Chief Architect, HotWan
NetSecurity’s ability to devote an immense effort, with little to no advanced notice, and deliver a work product that really shines is something that we have come to rely on here at TDI. NetSecurity came through in a pinch on one of our recent engagements and we will always be glad to rely on them in the future.
- Paul Innella, President & CEO, TDI Security
Inno Eroraha provided simple, straightforward discussions of the CISSP topics. He was willing and able to explain any subject in sufficient depth to make it understood and to provide real-life examples from his significant experience. He encouraged me to use him as a resource outside of the classroom and met with me beyond class time to provide additional support. Inno went above and beyond the call to provide answers, regardless of whether or not the questions directly addressed CISSP topics. I would highly recommend any course taught by Inno. Thanks for all the help, Inno; I wouldn’t have passed without it.
-Vice President, Major Government Integrator
The security audit we received from NetSecurity was integral to the planning and design of our suite of web based service products. This is sensitive data and protected by law. NetSecurity helped us make our web products both secure and compliant with FERPA requirements.
- Ed M., Director of Services, Ellucian
Achieve your agency’s mission and gain strategic advantage
Achieve your agency’s mission and gain strategic advantage
NetSecurity has served some of the world’s most critical agencies in defending, protecting, and responding to advanced nation-state and insider threat actors to help agencies achieve mission and strategic advantage.
Government Procurement Details
- Classification: 8(a) Certified Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)
- Corporate Status: Incorporated
- Tax ID (EIN): 54-1945426
- DUNS: 122657005
- NAICS Codes: 541512, 541519, 541611, 611420, 511210
- CAGE Code: 3CJJ4
- SAM.gov Registration: YES
SBA-Certified 8(a) Sole Source
Under the 8(a) Business Development Program, NetSecurity can receive sole-source Government contracts, up to a ceiling of $4 million for goods and services and $6.5 million for manufacturing.
Customer No: 304923
GSA 8(a) STAR III
GSA’s 8(a) STARS III GWAC is designated as a Best-in-Class contract vehicle by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). 8(a) STARS III is a small business set-aside GWAC that provides flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse pool of 8(a) industry partners.
The 8(a) STARS III GWAC ordering period is a five-year base with one three-year option. This ordering period began on July 2, 2021. The ceiling for 8(a) STARS III is $50 billion. 8(a) STARS III allows for fixed price, time and materials, labor-hour or a hybrid blend of these task order types. The contract includes two sub-areas, one for emerging technology and one for OCONUS requirements.
Contract No: 47QTCB21D0434
DUNS Number: 122657005
Program Manager: Inno Eroraha; 703-444-9009; firstname.lastname@example.org
NetSecurity 8(a) STARS III Team; 703-444-9009; email@example.com
Period of Performance: July 2, 2021 – July 1, 2029
GSA 8(a) STARS III Website: http://www.gsa.gov/stars3
GSA MAS Contract (including SINs 54151S & 54151HACS)
NetSecurity has the GSA MAS Contract, covering SINs 54151S and 54151S.
Contract No: GS-35F-0288Y
Period of Performance: March 27, 2012 through March 26, 2022
Army ITES-3S IDIQ ($12.1 Billion)
NetSecurity has teamed with CKA LLC as a subcontractor.
Contract No: W52P1J-18-D-A136
Period of Performance: 1/7/2019 – 9/30/2027
NetSecurity seeks extremely talented, highly motivated, innovative, and hardworking hands-on professionals who can make an immediate contribution to this young, innovative, and unique company. We are accepting applications from talented individuals seeking full-time or part-time employment, consulting, or contracting opportunities.
NetSecurity provides an impeccable benefits package to our most valuable assets – our employees, including retirement plans, medical and health plans, bonus package, vacation package, and possible equity interest in our firm.
Are you skilled in developing, analyzing, and reversing malware? NetSecurity seeks malware researchers to support our professional services engagements. To apply, complete the form below.
Be part of our team to contribute to the development of the ThreatResponder® Platform. NetSecurity seeks experienced developers to help develop solutions to counter nation-state threat actors and insider threats. To apply, complete the form below.
Do you have experience in software development of cloud-based systems, including Amazon AWS? Are you fluent in DevOps stack? Do you have security experience, and can you work under pressure? If the answer to all of these questions is yes, we would like to discuss this opportunity. To apply, complete the form below.
NetSecurity is seeking account managers and sales executives with experience in identifying cybersecurity opportunities and closing sales. To apply, complete the form below.
Vice President, Sales
NetSecurity is seeking a hands-on sales leader to manage our sales organization, including account managers and sales executives. Experience in identifying cybersecurity opportunities and closing sales is mandatory. To apply, complete the form below.