Cybergy Partners to Showcase SmartFile and RazorThreat Vision at 2015 DOE 32nd Cybersecurity Training Conference

ENGLEWOOD, Colo.--()--Cybergy Partners, Inc., a subsidiary of Cybergy Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB:CYBG), will be showcasing its suite of cybersecurity products and services this week at the 2015 Department of Energy (DOE) 32nd Cybersecurity Training Conference. These include the company’s proprietary SmartFile technology for ensuring the cybersecurity of electronic documents, its RazorThreat Vision platform for monitoring unknown and unauthorized network activity, and the Level 21 suite of products and services that collectively provide next generation security to network layers 6, 7, and 8. For more information on these products and services, please follow the embedded links for SmartFile, on RazorThreat Vision, and the Level 21 initiative. (The direct URLs are listed below.)

DOE’s Cybersecurity Training Conference is an annual information exchange workshop between DOE Chief Information Officer (CIO) staff, contractors, and other stakeholders on topics related to technical and management issues, policy initiatives, and general awareness of cybersecurity efforts by the agency to protect its computer network, data, and other IT systems. Cybergy Partners and its technology development subsidiary, Cybergy Labs, are among the sponsors of this year’s event which takes place April 21st through the 23rd at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center in Kansas City, Missouri.

“This year’s event represents an excellent opportunity for Cybergy Partners to demonstrate the value of its cybersecurity products and services to one of its most important federal clients, as well as to other major industry players,” said Cybergy Partners’ Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Wyly Wade. “We are eager to introduce SmartFile, RazorThreat Vision, and the combination Level 21 suite in this forum.”

Cybergy Partners has a long history of supporting DOE through its member company, New West Technologies, including DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), Office of Electricity, and the national laboratories such as the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Because of this working relationship, Cybergy Partners understands just how important it is for DOE to safeguard the nation’s energy infrastructure and electric grid from cyberattacks.

“DOE understands the growing vulnerability of the nation’s power plants, electric grid, and other critical infrastructure to cyber-threats,” said Mark Gray, Chairman and CEO of Cybergy Partners. “If the promise of a durable, sustainable power infrastructure is to be realized, cybersecurity concerns must be adequately addressed, and it is here that Cybergy Partners can play a critical role.”

Steve Hauser, President of Cybergy Labs and New West Technologies, agreed with this assessment.

“This annual workshop series is helping DOE face the ever-evolving threats to the nation’s ever-expanding smart grid infrastructure,” said Mr. Hauser. “We want to be part of the ever-evolving solution.”

The theme of this year’s event is “Enabling Agents of Change: Securing DOE through Collaboration” and it features the agency’s Chief Information Officer (CIO) Michael M. Johnson as the keynote speaker. Other speakers include senior management involved in cybersecurity issues from AT&T Government Solutions, Verizon, and Microsoft, as well as an official with the Kansas City office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Breakout session topics for this year’s conference include continuous monitoring, incident management, network security, risk management, and federal initiatives.

Mr. Wade, Mr. Gray, and Mr. Hauser will each be in attendance. Additional information on each of these products is available on the Cybergy Labs website:

SmartFile: http://www.cybergylabs.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/2015/04/SmartFile.pdf

RazorThreat Vision: http://www.cybergylabs.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/2015/04/RazorThreat.pdf

Level 21 Initiative: http://www.cybergylabs.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/2015/04/Level21.pdf

Details on the DOE workshop including the agenda can be found at http://www.fbcinc.com/e/doecyber/.

About Cybergy Holdings, Inc.

Cybergy Holdings, Inc., is a national leader in cybersecurity, smart grid technologies, renewable energy, and mission-oriented government services. Headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, Cybergy Holdings’ team of approximately 100 employees delivers innovative technical and management services through its 3 divisions: Cybergy Labs, an award-winning developer of specialized cybersecurity software applications, including SmartFile; New West Technologies, which was founded in 1996 and provides clean, smart, and reliable energy solutions and is a 5 time winner of the Inc. 500/5000 fastest growing private companies in America; and Primetrix, which serves U.S. Federal Government contractor firms with contract procurement, compliance, and growth services.

For more information, please visit www.cybergypartners.com.

Contacts

Cybergy Partners, Inc.
Mark Gray, 202-618-3411
Chairman & CEO
mgray@cybergypartners.com

Release Summary

Cybergy Partners, Inc. will be showcasing its suite of cybersecurity products and services this week at the 2015 Department of Energy (DOE) 32nd Cybersecurity Training Conference.

Contacts

Cybergy Partners, Inc.
Mark Gray, 202-618-3411
Chairman & CEO
mgray@cybergypartners.com