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Air Force Selects CNF Technologies to Continue Supporting Network Defense System

SAN ANTONIO 01 April 2015 – The 38th Contracting Squadron out of Tinker Air Force Base has awarded two San Antonio Companies, SSI and CNF Technologies, a FFP contract to provide engineering support to the Integrated Network Defense System. CNF has been supporting INDS and the 90th Information Operations Squadron (IOS) out at Lackland Air Force Base since 2010. This support includes enhancing and developing computer network data monitoring, threat detection, reporting, management, correlation, visualization, and tracking capabilities supporting AF Space Command (AFSPC), 24 AF, 67 Cyberspace Wing (67 CW) and 688 CW at locations world-wide. Under INDS , the 90 IOS pioneers multiple solutions to defend the network against various threats. One of their solutions, the Information Operations Platform (IOP), incorporates defensive network tools and services to support IA and information operations. Its functions include real-time network monitoring, data management, forensic capabilities, documentation, reporting, data visualization, and intrusion detection and prevention. IOP is currently deployed throughout the AF enterprise, including the 16 Air Force gateways. CNF and SSI are currently developing the next generation of IOP.

About CNF Technologies

CNF Technologies Corporation is a cyber-focused comprehensive systems engineering small disadvantage business, providing a full spectrum of solutions to assure customer mission success. Our principals were founding members of the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team (AFCERT) in 1992; the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) incident response center in 1999; and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Computer Incident Response Center (CIRC) & Network Security Operations Center (NOSC) in 2002. The CNF Team is comprised of certified professionals, recognized as industry experts on the cyberspace forefront defending crucial networks and infrastructures against all adversaries.

CNF has a low overhead organizational structure which enables us to provide highly technical and experienced personnel at an extremely competitive low price range. Only twenty-five cents of every dollar goes to the company, leaving the overwhelming majority amount to benefit our employees by providing competitive salaries, above-par benefits, career development and education/training to meet new technology requirements. We have a 97% retention rate, far above industry standard, that enables CNF to acquire and maintain personnel with the proper skillsets through the duration of a contract. This give our customers a low cost highly technical service with the consistency and longevity needed to effectively and efficiently meet all mission requirements. Our competitively low price, technical expertise, qualifications and experience makes CNF the ideal best value choice. For more information, visit CNF Technologies at

April 1, 2015 Air Force Selects CNF to Continue Supporting Network Defense System