BFG Enterprises is an execution-oriented management and technology consulting firm. Our approach combines project and program leadership with domain knowledge and expertise, supported by technical, engineering and analytic excellence. Our diverse capabilities help our clients improve enterprise performance, enhance customer experiences and achieve innovative solutions to the most complex business problems. Our clients turn to us as partners and trusted advisers, and depend on our ability to anticipate, recognize and address their specific needs.
Since our founding in 2014, we have successfully delivered solutions for our clients. Our continued growth is a result of the partnerships, talent, passion and ingenuity of our people.
We build lasting relationships with our clients to help them achieve their business goals through practical application of best practices and technology.
Our consultants possess extensive expertise in resolving complex business problems across a wide range of industries. Whether applying technology solutions or driving organizational change, we bring an extraordinary passion for continuous learning and collaboration. This passion enables us to make an immediate, meaningful impact on our clients’ business.
BFG Enterprises professional services consultants have extensive experience in delivering quality services in the areas of Business and Systems Engineering, Information Technology, Identity, Credential and Access Management, Management Consulting, and Training to the Federal Government. Our key management personnel have over fifteen years of experience in providing consulting services to the intelligence community including: Defense Intelligence Agency, Department of Homeland Security, and the National Reconnaissance Office. Our expertise includes:
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
We believe thought leadership is critical in helping our clients navigate complex challenges. Below are select articles that articulate the evolving cybersecurity landscape and what to look out for.
America’s economic prosperity, national security, and our individual liberties depend on our commitment to securing cyberspace and maintaining an open, interoperable, secure, and reliable Internet.
THE final text message from one of the Paris attackers was grim: On est parti on commence, “We’re off, we’re starting”. It was found on a mobile phone dumped in a bin near the Bataclan theatre, where gunmen killed 89 people at a rock concert on November 13th.
The vast majority of companies are more exposed to cyberattacks than they have to be. To close the gaps in their security, CEOs can take a cue from the U.S. military. Once a vulnerable IT colossus, it is becoming an adroit operator of well-defended networks. Today the military can detect and remedy intrusions within hours, if not minutes.
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