COLLABORATION

Our supportive environment is proactive and purpose driven to execute the mission. To encourage openness and foster trust, our team strives to adapt, evolve, and inspire ideation amongst our customers and team members. We maintain an openness to alternative ideas, an inquisitiveness to understand various perspectives, and a recognition of the value of contributions.

INNOVATION

Our synergized process is agile, meticulous, and flexible allowing us to scale up to any size client and minimize nuisance and time. To support the mission, our team is empowered to make decisions and eliminate impediments to cultivate creativity and productivity. We embrace that each project is unique in its challenges and avoid project generalizations in order to administer organization wide support.

EXCELLENCE

Our foundation is built upon the competence of our team, where each member is devoted, passionate, and diligent in tackling challenges through self-sustained learning and adept credentials. To promote continuous growth, our team thinks progressively and possesses the ability to look beyond the now and formulate strategies for future success. We make it our priority to be equipped with the proper tools and knowledge, and if the tools do not exist, we’ll craft our own.

“As our society becomes more mobile and information-driven, the systems they rely on are more interconnected, thus increasing their risk exposure. To better combat these threats, SealingTech leverages open source distributed processing and storage software to build near real-time systems, analytics-based intrusion detection to identify anomalies, and gap analysis to define security compliance that ensures our customers have situational awareness of their domain.” 

ED SEALING, PRESIDENT AND CEO

CAPABILITIES

Big Data Solutions · Software & Product Development 

 Architecture & Design · Deployment & Implementation · Test & Evaluation · Penetration Testing · Defensive Cyber Operations

Security Readiness Assessment · DIACAP to RMF Transition · Authorization Package Preparation · Risk Assessment 

DIACAP TO RMF TRANSITION
AUTHORIZATION PACKAGE PREPARATION
RISK ASSESSMENT
SECURITY READINESS ASSESSMENT

CONTRACT VEHICLES

Through the award of prime contracts, we gain the unique ability to build sound networks that serve your agency and its mission.  With customizable terms and conditions at the order level tailoring contracts to your specifications, paired with the ability for alternate contracting (blanket purchase agreements and contractor team arrangements), we are able to provide the greatest innovation with maximum contract effectiveness.

Our proven capabilities will move your agency closer to its goals, whether it’s protecting data from threats, controlling access and mitigating vulnerabilities, reducing costs, ensuring compliance, or validating, and testing applications. We focus on optimizing your networks so you can focus on achieving your mission

NAICS Codes:

541330 – Engineering Services
541380 – Testing Laboratories
541511 – Custom Computer Programming Services
541512 – Computer System Design Services
541519 – Other Computer Related Services
541618 – Other Management Consulting Services
541690 – Other Scientific & Technical Consulting Services
541712 – Research & Development in the Physical, Engineering, & Life Sciences (except Biotechnology)
541990 – All Other Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services
611420 – Computer Training



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LEADERSHIP

Ed

PRESIDENT & CEO

Daniel

CFO

Tracy

HR / OFFICE MANAGER

Ivan

PROGRAM MANAGER

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SealingTech is a tight-knit team united by overcoming challenges in the ever changing security landscape. We’re dedicated to hiring the brightest that want to be part of team, are passionate about solving problems, and constantly strive to be better. 

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