TCC Presentation – What type of DoD contract/product information can/should be published on public websites? – 20 Cyber Topics in 20 Weeks Series

Thank you for registering/attending for the 6th 20 cyber topics in 20 weeks event, “What type of DoD contract/product information can/should be published on public websites?”  A link to the recording is included below.

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Please register for the 14 future of the 20 cyber topics in 20 weeks sessions at: https://mep.purdue.edu/news-folder/20-cyber-topics-in-20-weeks-series-schedule-free/

The government procurement knowledge of Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), the cyber depth and access to funding of Purdue Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) and the technical expertise of TCC Software Solutions is a winning combination.  Please let us know how we can help you advance the information security health of your company or employees.

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To learn more about TCC’s Security Services please visit our website https://www.e-tcc.com/security-services

20 Cyber Topics in 20 Weeks Series – Week 7

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Purdue MEP and PTAC are Proud to Announce FREE
20 Cyber Topics in 20 Weeks Webinar Series!

Many Indiana families are focused on remaining healthy during the COVID-19 crisis.  Additionally, Indiana businesses are challenged to keep their business afloat as a result of the COVID-related loss of revenue. As a result, much of the Indiana Defense Industrial Base (DIB) has done little to prepare for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certifications (CMMC) which will soon be mandatory to conduct business with DoD.

What can we do to help in this very busy and stressful time? Under the leadership of the Indiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), Purdue MEP and many Indiana cybersecurity providers have developed a series of essential cybersecurity topics.  20 cybersecurity topics in 20 weeks is an effort to provide Indiana businesses with the training needed to achieve CMMC Level 1/basic small business information security and to improve the Indiana DIB’s cyber-health.  In addition to live webinars, all of the presentations will be recorded to create a library of cyber information that clients can view when they do have the time to focus on cyber health and defense acquisition regulation compliance.

20 weeks of cybersecurity training will begin this month and run through December 2020. These training sessions will be delivered by a wide-range of Indiana cybersecurity providers; Purdue cyberTAP, Sterlyn Group, TCC Solutions, Lifeline Data Centers, RevealRisk, AME Group, Sondhi Solutions, IU Health and more!

Cost? This training is free!

This Week’s Topic

Cyber Topic/Concept Presenter Webinar Date Description
How to properly sanitize or destroy system media prior to reuse or disposal. (CMMC L1).

REGISTER

Purdue cyberTAP 9/18/2020 Small businesses may sell, throw away, or donate old computers and media.  This session will review how to properly sanitize or destroy system media prior to reuse or disposal.

To learn more about TCC’s Security Services please visit our website https://www.e-tcc.com/security-services

20 Cyber Topics in 20 Weeks Series – Week 7

20 topics

Purdue MEP and PTAC are Proud to Announce FREE
20 Cyber Topics in 20 Weeks Webinar Series!

Many Indiana families are focused on remaining healthy during the COVID-19 crisis.  Additionally, Indiana businesses are challenged to keep their business afloat as a result of the COVID-related loss of revenue. As a result, much of the Indiana Defense Industrial Base (DIB) has done little to prepare for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certifications (CMMC) which will soon be mandatory to conduct business with DoD.

What can we do to help in this very busy and stressful time? Under the leadership of the Indiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), Purdue MEP and many Indiana cybersecurity providers have developed a series of essential cybersecurity topics.  20 cybersecurity topics in 20 weeks is an effort to provide Indiana businesses with the training needed to achieve CMMC Level 1/basic small business information security and to improve the Indiana DIB’s cyber-health.  In addition to live webinars, all of the presentations will be recorded to create a library of cyber information that clients can view when they do have the time to focus on cyber health and defense acquisition regulation compliance.

20 weeks of cybersecurity training will begin this month and run through December 2020. These training sessions will be delivered by a wide-range of Indiana cybersecurity providers; Purdue cyberTAP, Sterlyn Group, TCC Solutions, Lifeline Data Centers, RevealRisk, AME Group, Sondhi Solutions, IU Health and more!

Cost? This training is free!

This Week’s Topic

Cyber Topic/Concept Presenter Webinar Date Description
How to properly sanitize or destroy system media prior to reuse or disposal. (CMMC L1).

REGISTER

Purdue cyberTAP 9/18/2020 Small businesses may sell, throw away, or donate old computers and media.  This session will review how to properly sanitize or destroy system media prior to reuse or disposal.

To learn more about TCC’s Security Services please visit our website https://www.e-tcc.com/security-services

TCC Seeks a Software Architect / Raphsody Developer (Contract)

Type: Contract
Duration: 6 months with extensions likely
Location: Indianapolis, IN

Our client needs a Software Architect who has experience with HL7 messaging standards and interface engineering as well as Rhapsody Certification. Any experience with MU Stage 3 Public Health Reporting would be a plus. This architect will be responsible for programming system interfaces to process HL7 v3 transactions using the Rhapsody Integration Engine. This resource will provide HL7v3 interface/data integration maintenance, support, and troubleshooting specifically for eCR, CCD and Cancer messages.

Responsibilities:
• Provide HL7 interface/data integration maintenance, support, and troubleshooting
• HL7 hands-on development and data utilization utilizing Rhapsody Integration Engine
• Modify existing interfaces
• Conduct testing and move the interface components into a live environment
• Perform root cause analyst
• Lead installations and upgrades of integrated engine

Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in the computer/software engineering
• Knowledge of system development methods used for the development of new systems and enhancements to existing information systems
• Knowledge and experience with Rhapsody Integration Engine technology in health-related environment is required
• Minimum 6 years of professional experience with HL7 messaging standards & interface engineering
• Rhapsody Professional or Expert Certification a plus
• Experience with MU Stage 3/Public Health Reporting a plus
• Must have prior healthcare domain experience
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Create and document requirements based on technical conversations
• Understand and translate requirements into creating finished products.

About TCC

Founded in 1996 in Indianapolis, IN, The Consultants Consortium (TCC) is an innovative solutions provider committed to designing and delivering high-value, cost-effective IT consulting services and application technology solutions for both the private and public sectors. With a team of more than 250 IT and business professionals, TCC serves clients nationwide, from state and federal government agencies to commercial sector customers. TCC is committed to providing the most cutting edge solutions, and with that, ensures they stay up-to-date on crucial certifications and affiliations. Among these are the highly accredited Microsoft Certifications.

TCC holds multiple MS Certifications, including a Gold Certification level in both Application Development and Hosting, as well as a Silver Data Center Certification. In addition to Microsoft, TCC is also a Registered Partner with Amazon Web Services (AWS), and a Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level III assessed development organization that utilizes the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) standard processes for IT service management that focuses on aligning IT services with the needs of business. To maximize these practices, TCC encourages staff members to gain ITIL certifications, and even offers study courses and material in-house.

Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

To apply for this position please visit our website https://jobs.ourcareerpages.com/job/555413?source=TCCSoftwareSolutions&jobFeedCode=TCCSoftwareSolutions&returnURL=https://www.e-tcc.com/