Michigan Selects Cyber Security Partner

DynTek to protect state agencies' IT

by / June 5, 2003
IRVINE, Calif. -- DynTek (www.dyntek.com), a provider of technology and management solutions to the state and local government sector, announced that the state of Michigan has selected DynTek as a security services vendor under its Pre-Qualified IT Services Contract Program.

Under the terms of the contract, which is in effect through November 20, 2005, DynTek is pre-qualified to provide a wide range of security services to the Department of Information Technology and other state agencies.

DynTek can assist the state in protecting their mainframes, networks, databases servers, file and print servers, desktop hardware and operating systems from both physical and electronic security threats. In addition, DynTek is able to provide network assessments, strategic planning and other consulting services.

Highly experienced vendor-certified technical consultants and accredited security professionals will assist IT managers with a sensible, affordable plan to protect their networks and systems from both electronic and physical security threats. The company's security services include external and internal penetration testing, network risk assessments, remediation services and prevention strategies. DynTek has conducted numerous security assessments and consulting engagements at state and local government agencies nationwide.
Miriam Jones Chief Copy Editor
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