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TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE MEMBER BIO

Ms. Danyetta Fleming
President
Covenant Security Solutions
Industry Representative


Danyetta Fleming Magana founded Covenant Security Solutions in 2003. Covenant Security Solutions Inc. is a Service Corporation whose customer-focused vision is to “secure your way of life.” Our unique approach to cyber security is to understand the people, the mission and processes behind the zeros and ones of your data.  The company’s specialty is assisting clients with a full lifecycle approach to cyber security. This is accomplished through four main lines of business: Audit /Advisory Services, Security Engineering and Intrusion Detection Support.

Ms. Magana's company ,Covenant Security Solutions (CSS) has been selected as one of the "Top Business" by DiversityBusiness.com. We are one of the top 500 African American Owned Business’ in the United States for 2011 and 2012. Ms. Magana’s company was also listed as one of the "Top 100 Diversity Owned Companies in the State of Virginia for 2012” as well be DiversityBusiness.com. This esteemed, elite list is coveted by the most successful companies in the U.S. The list has become the most recognized and respected compilation of companies that truly differentiate themselves in the market place in a time when doing so has never been more important.

Ms. Danyetta Magana has been published in the Defense Information Systems Agency IA Newsletter and interviewed as an expert on Federal News Radio's “Mark Amtower Show.” Ms Magana in  2001 was the recipient of the  Black Engineer of the Year Awards, “Most Promising Engineer in Govt.” and also the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Distinguished Young AFCEAN of the Year (1999) for NY/NJ region in January 2000. In addition, Ms. Magana was a recipient of the Army’s Achievement Medal for Civilian Service.

Ms. Magana is a graduate of the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign with a B.S. in Engineering.




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