super_bowlOur very own security intern Evan Fagan helped support the Santa Clara Police Department and FBI in their security provision for Superbowl 50. As a part of Norwich University’s computer security and information assurance (CSIA) program (the only non-government entity invited to be a part of the international sporting event’s security), Fagan and other Norwich students participated in the Super Bowl 50 Critical Infrastructure & Cyber Protection Sub-Committee.

“I have been so impressed by these Norwich students and their professionalism, their ability to solve complex problems and the ease with which they have integrated into this intense law enforcement environment,” said Captain Phil Cooke, Santa Clara Police Department Super Bowl 50 Commander, to Norwich University News.

Neoscope is proud to have such an accomplished security professional as Evan on our team! Norwich consistently ranks among the highest cyber security education programs in the country every year, which is why Neoscope is sure to recruit the most notable upcoming talent in the industry from them whenever possible.

To learn more about the service provided by our team of expert IT professionals, get in touch with Neoscope today at (603) 505-4902 or