In the News

NBC12 | 01.10.17

Chiron to Deliver Information Operations Cybersecurity Training for Department of Defense

FOX45 | 10.22.16

COLUMBIA, Md. (WBFF) -- A massive cyberattack left Twitter, Netflix, Paypal, Reddit, Spotify, and other popular websites at a standstill on Friday.

The outages are a result of a DDoS, or Distribute Denial of Service, attack, on the large-scale domain manager (DYN). These kinds of attacks are attempts to overwhelm websites with so much traffic that it impairs normal service.

FOX45 spoke with Rich Moulton, a security researcher and subject matter expert at Chiron Technology Services in Columbia. Moulton said the service provider DYN was able to handle Friday's first attack in about two hours and described how you can help prevent future cyberattacks.

NewsChannel 10 | 09.26.16

Chiron Information Operations Training to Address Cyber Technical Skills Gap. This security engineering and information operations security training firm has advanced its transition of providing US Government Information Operations (IO) Role Based Training Services to the Commercial Market by launching a new training focused website.

benzinga | 07.13.16

Chiron and Yyotta Partner on Next Generation Cyber Security Learning Management System delivered from Yyotta Cloud.

NewsChannel 10 | 12.07.15

Chiron has been rated one of the best companies to work for in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area.

Baltimore Business Journal | 08.06.15

Columbia government contractor Chiron Technology Services, Inc. is expanding its cybersecurity services to the commercial sector, a move that will diversify the company's revenue streams and draw in a new kind of client.

Washington Technology | 06.26.15

Chiron Technology Services of Columbia, Md., has won a $10.7 million with a government agency to provide secure collaboration space on the agency's network.

DCInno | 06.19.15

Columbia, Md.-based cybersecurity firm Chiron Technology Services secured a federal contract in excess of $10.7 million to help prevent and better detect cyberattacks levied against the U.S. government.

Baltimore Business Journal | 06.17.15

A Columbia cybersecurity firm has been awarded a federal contract worth up to $10.7 million to help the government prevent and better detect attacks.

Baltimore Business Journal | 05.21.15

A cyberattack that affected more than 1 million CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield members did not compromise their most personal details, such as Social Security numbers, medical claims and credit card numbers. But that does not mean those members are in the clear.