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April 2023

Threats include:

    • Russia Hosts Multilateral Arctic Exercises | Foreign Nation-State Military
    • North Korean Hacking Group Targets Cryptocurrencies | Cyber
    • FAA Makes Regulatory Changes to Unmanned Aerial Systems | Unmanned Aircraft-Unmanned Aerial Systems (UA-UAS)
    • National Guard Veteran Arrested for Terror Plot | Terrorism
    • Shooting at Naval Base Coronado Gate | Violent Crime
    • Increase in Fentanyl Deaths Among DoD Personnel | Narcotics
    • Camp Blaz Activation on Guam Met With Protest | Civil Disturbance

Hazards include:

    • Navy Dry Docks Closed for Earthquake Resiliency Improvements | Natural Hazards (Geological)
    • Flooding and Mudslides in California | Natural Hazards (Meteorological)
    • Increased Solar Flare Activity | Space Weather
    • Diesel Fuel Spill at the Maui Space Surveillance Complex, Hawaii | Accidental Events (Human or Technologically Caused)
    • Radioactive Capsule Lost and Recovered in Australia | Accidental Events (Human or Technologically Caused)
    • F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Engine Problem Reportedly Solved | Accidental Events (Human or Technologically Caused)

January 2023

Threats include:

  • Status of Investigation into U.S. Navy Bribery Scandal and the “Fat Leonard” Apprehension | Insider Threat
  • North Korea Escalates Nuclear Threat Against South Korea | Foreign Nation-State Military
  • Former Army Pilot Sentenced for Acting as an Agent for China | Foreign Intelligence Entities (FIE)
  • “Hack Now, Decrypt Later” Attacks Pose Risks due to Quantum Computing | Cyber
  • China-Made Drones Intrude into D.C Airspace | Unmanned Aircraft-Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UA-UAS)
  • Attacks on U.S. Electrical Infrastructure | Terrorism
  • Al-Shabaab’s Threat to Eastern Africa | Terrorism
  • Two Americans Charged for Plotting to Smuggle Military Equipment and Technology into Russia | Property Crime

Hazards include:

  • Storm Systems Across California Trigger Geological Hazards | Natural Hazards (Geological)
  • New York National Guard Soldiers, Airmen Respond to Christmas Eve Snowstorm in Western New York | Natural Hazards (Meteorological)
  • Marine Recruit’s Heat-Related Death Results in Charges | Natural Hazards (Meteorological)
  • U.S. Navy Reports Water Contamination on Aircraft Carriers | Natural Hazards (Biological)
  • Federal Agents to Assist Navy Investigation into Ship Fire | Accidental Events (Human or Technologically Caused)
  • GAO Finds DoD Aircraft Mission Capable Goals Were Not Achieved | Accidental Events (Human or Technologically Caused)

RMC Global Awarded $35M U.S. Navy Mission Assurance Program Contract

ARLINGTON, Va., June 20, 2023 – RMC Global, the leader in Risk Management, Industrial Cybersecurity, and Mission Assurance services, is pleased to announce the award of a 5-year, $35M U.S. Navy contract supporting the Mission Assurance Program at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), Cyber Analysis and Mission Assurance Branch (A42). RMC, along with the global consulting and technology services provider ICF, will continue to provide technical analysis and engineering support for mission assurance, defense and commercial critical infrastructure, and their cyber and physical dependencies, at CONUS and OCONUS locations. This support includes telecommunications, energy security, and control systems analysis, as well as systems engineering and program analysis.

“RMC Global is excited to continue its support to the Defense Critical Infrastructure Program, which plays an instrumental role in preventing, remediating, and mitigating risks to our nation’s critical infrastructure assets,” said Vince Kuchar, CEO of RMC Global. “This important work furthers RMC’s vision of assuring tomorrow for critical infrastructure, our military missions, and the communities they serve.”

Through this award, the government has once again recognized RMC as the company of choice for Mission Assurance and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) services across the Department of Defense. Since 2016, RMC has been providing vital CIP services for NSWCDD and through this contract win, the expanded scope will include anti-terrorism force-protection, homeland defense, emergency management, chemical and biological defense, threat intelligence, CIP, and cyber warfare.

About RMC Global

RMC provides a full lifecycle of Mission Assurance and risk management solutions, with deep expertise in critical infrastructure protection and industrial cybersecurity, to protect our country’s most important and vital assets. Operating worldwide, RMC provides federal government and commercial organizations the analysis, assessments, strategy and remediation required to protect personnel, facilities, networks, and critical infrastructure. Founded in 2011, RMC is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia.