IntellecTechs, Inc. has been named as a recipient of the Small Business of the Year 2017 by AFCEA International.
On April 8 when the company officially stopped distributing routine updates and security patches for XP, at least one in four of the world’s desktop computers were still relying on the operating system.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WVEC) — Teenagers are being taught to hack… but not in order to commit a crime. It’s so they know how to defend against cyber attacks.
“We actually hack in order to defend the hack, but it’s all ethical hacking,” said Linda Lavender, an instructor at Advance Technical Center in Virginia Beach.
Our CEO Jeri Prophet will appear in Coach Lynn’s debut show on KMET 1489 am ABC News Radio Show. The show will air March 17th from 3 pm – 4 pm pacific time, 6 pm – 7 pm Eastern time.
St. Leo, FLORIDA – Monday, January 23, 2017 – Saint Leo University is pleased to announce the launch of the university’s first integrated marketing campaign. IntellecTechs’ Jeri Prophet, President and CEO, is one of the first Alumni Students featured prominently in the campaign.
Tidewater Community College’s Women’s Center will host a panel discussion on March 15 titled “Women and Computers” that will highlight careers for females in a burgeoning industry.
Heather Engel, executive vice president of Sera-Bynn, will be the keynote speaker. Engel took part in Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s cyber entrepreneurship roundtable last July.
Virginia Beach, VA – Intellectechs is pleased to announce that rossoconsultingllc.com website has launched.
Flagship and Military Newspaper honored Jeri Prophet at the 2012 Still Serving Military Retiree and Veteran Awards. The event recognized retired military and veterans, who made an impact in the Hampton Roads community.
YORK COUNTY — Police say a man raped a 14-year-old girl he met through a Smartphone app and they’re checking to see whether he had similar contact with others.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – IntellecTechs, Inc., a Virginia Beach based Information Technology Company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Donald R. Frank as Chief Operating Officer.
NORFOLK — An internal memo prepared by top IT professionals inside the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs says the agency’s computers that hold private information for hundreds of thousands of military veterans are essentially wide open.