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Team OMNI’s Josh Bennett and Carl Quincy had the opportunity to mentor Mohammad, a student of the Science and Mathematics Academy at Aberdeen High School. They helped guide him through his capstone project in which he researched ransomware detection technologies. This project detected ransomware through a Term Frequency-Inverse Document Frequency (TFIDF) algorithm and machine learning, leaving to question whether the method could accurately detect specific types of ransomware or malware. Mohammad found that the combination of different algorithms improved the accuracy of detection. He also found that working with behavioral data allowed for new ransomware types to be detected and that the continuous study of ransomware’s behavior increases detection.   ...

Arming the Analysts! Supporting the Warfighter! Keywords used by many but… In just a few months #TeamOMNI has helped several of our customers achieve their long-term (1+ years) network ATO milestones for multiple networks. Our Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) strategy can help your organization meet the required and implied controls of the DoD Risk Management Framework (RMF). Learn more: https://goo.gl/dSBvh5  ...

Team OMNI celebrated career anniversaries for Joe Brown, Jeremy Rubin, Mason McGlasson and Gerald Williams today. We look forward to many more prosperous years together, Congrats and Thank You!    ...

OMNI Technologies piloted our Summer Internship Program in June 2017. Our internship program was designed to give transitioning students a practical work experience in their field of study. Our goal is to expose them to real-world challenges so they can apply their skills and knowledge while gaining an understanding of daily operations with an Information Technology organization. We would like to welcome Jordan Nelson (System Administrator Intern) and Joshua Burkhart (Cyber Security Engineer Intern) to Team OMNI! ...