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MCP Launches Advanced Cybersecurity Training Program

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (August 26, 2021)—Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading provider of data integration, consulting, network, and cybersecurity solutions, today announced the launch of a new advanced training program aimed to prepare public safety and justice organizations to be cognizant of cyberattack threats, why and how they work, and how to strengthen their defenses against them.

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MCP Launches AI-Powered Endpoint-Protection Solution

State College, Pa. (May 6, 2021)—Mission Critical Partners (MCP) today announced that its proprietary cybersecurity monitoring solution, Mission-Critical NetPulse SecureSM, now includes an option for endpoint protection, a malware detection-and-response (MDR) solution that detects and blocks malware and ransomware threats.

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Topics: Company News, Cybersecurity

Posted on May 6, 2021

MCP in the News: Tennessee to Test Cybersecurity of Its Next Generation 911 Systems

This article originally appeared in StateScoop and can be viewed here.

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Tennessee Emergency Communications Board to Focus on Enhancing Statewide Cybersecurity

 Assessment will help guide the state’s 911 agencies in increasing cybersecurity preparedness

State College, Pa., (July 29, 2020)—The Tennessee Emergency Communications Board (TECB), today announced a partnership with Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading mission-critical communications consulting and information technology (IT) support services firm, on a new project focused on assessing the cybersecurity status of the state’s 142 public safety answering points (PSAPs). When completed, the cybersecurity assessment will provide the PSAPs with an understanding of their baseline status and increased awareness of vulnerabilities.

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Topics: Industry News, Company News, Cybersecurity, Network Management

Posted on July 29, 2020

MCP in the News: House Approves $12 Billion for NG911 Funding in Infrastructure Package, But Bill Unlikely to Pass Senate

This article orginally appeared in Urgent Communications. The online version can be viewed here.

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