Apr 1, 2022
Today I want to introduce you to a company that I admire greatly, End to End Computing.
The company amongst a host of other things specializes in Application Development (DevSecOps), Cybersecurity (continuous defense detection and responses, Cloud & IT (engineering, integration & modernization) as well as Emerging Tech.
Leading the company at the C suite are two amazing founders, Esteve mede and Carlton Harris.
Esteve is a former Federal Chief Information Security Officer with over 17 years of experience delivering results to both the private and public sector. Esteve is a dynamic Information Technology executive with a broad technology, cyber security, operations, and business background in diverse types of organizations.
Carlton has over 12 years of experience in the information security and cybersecurity field supporting a vast number of government agencies including the US Navy, National Security Agency, US Army Intelligence command, and Department of State. Carlton’s technology proficiencies are in SOC implementation, Incident Response, and Cloud Security architecture and design.
There are two reasons why I am excited for you to hear this podcast:
For small businesses who may also have technical founders, listen to the portion of the interview where we discuss their change in strategy to start winning opportunities.
For IT companies wanting to model EEC success we share initial struggles, how to show the government or client they need what you are selling, also the partnership opportunities in working with EEC.
If you are serving a government client or federal agency throughout the interview We discuss how their solution is solving government client problems right now.
Lastly we meet the founders here about their backgrounds and take a few questions from the audience. This was a live interview that we did last year at the American Cyber League Grand Opening @ Quantico Cyber Hub.
Oh and by the way, they are 8a, SDVOSB, primes on Stars III, Navy Seaport, GSA Schedule 70 amongst other alphabets in the government soup mix.
Warning: It does get really technical in the middle but stick with us throughout (non technical) we do get to the good stuff after the technical piece.
Let’s welcome our next Giant, End to End Computing.