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Air Force Selects CNF Technologies to Support Cyber Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance

SAN ANTONIO 07 Aug. 2015 –The Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate (AFLR/RI) Contracting Division out at Write-Peterson Air Force Base has competitively awarded a Cost-Plus Fixed-Fee (CPFF) contract to CNF Technologies’ partner, a large business. For CNF, this is a 2-year Time and Material (T&M) contract worth almost $1 million. CNF is a major subcontractor and will provide cyber intel support to the Air Force’s 25th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) mission. The majority of the work for this contract will be conducted in San Antonio Texas. The CNF team will provide all-source cyber threat intelligence research and analysis, Risk Management Framework (RMF), engineering and malware analytic support, and threat characterization activities.

About CNF Technologies

CNF Technologies (CNF) was incorporated in 2005 as a small disadvantaged business. Since inception, CNF has been providing the San Antonio cyber workforce with distinguished careers, professional development, and continuing education benefits. Fred Ramirez, Founder of CNF is dedicated to customer mission success, employee fulfillment, and giving back to the San Antonio community. CNF has a dedicated community outreach program with an established scholarship and internship program at a local university, a partnership and cyber camp with a local high school, and an annual donation drive to give to underprivileged children.

“At CNF, I believe our employees are our greatest strength and I take a personal interest and focus on ensuring their personal and professional growth and advancement. Without their expert knowledge, dedication and passion in everything they do, we would not be able to support our client’s mission.”

– Fred Ramirez, Founder

The founders of CNF were pioneers in the cyber operations domain who were instrumental in the stand-up of the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team (AFCERT) and the first Veterans Affairs Computer Incident Response Center (CIRC) and have more than century of combined experience in the Air Force, NSA and industry. CNF specializes in solving the most challenging problems in cyber security today, working in offensive and defensive technology development, malicious code analysis and exploitation, Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) and support to Cyber Protection Teams that includes intrusion analysis/prevention, incident response, vulnerability management and eradication, cyber forensics, and training.

August 7, 2015 Air Force Selects CNF to Support Cyber Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance