Tanager Becomes SEI Insider Threat Partner

April 21, 2016, Annapolis Junction, MD, USA—Tanager announced today that it has been accepted as a Partner by the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI). As an SEI Partner, Tanager is licensed to provide official SEI services in Insider Threat Vulnerability Assessments (ITVA). “We are pleased to welcome Tanager as an SEI Partner,” said Paul Nielsen, SEI director and CEO. “Our Partners are a valuable extension of the SEI, helping to meet the demand for SEI technologies and services worldwide with a level of quality that matches the SEI’s own.” SEI Partners are trained, evaluated, and selected by the SEI and are the only source of official SEI technologies services from outside the SEI. SEI Partners provide courses, consulting, and/or coaching services in one or more of the following areas: information security, software architecture, software engineering measurement and analysis, and the Team Software Process.

About Tanager

Founded in 1996, Tanager is a leading information systems professional services provider specializing in Insider Threat Mitigation, Cyber Security and Information Technology services. Tanager is currently supporting Insider Threat programs at five different federal agencies and feels that the ITVA will add significant benefits for its customers’ security programs. “Tanager strives to provide its customers with the best technologies and services available to maintain secure environments for achieving business goals. A robust, Insider Threat program is a key component for the security of any organization. As an SEI partner specializing in ITVA, Tanager will be able to better analyze and review its customers’ environments, and advise them how to mitigate potential risks. “Our mission is about improving the security systems of our customers,” said Deborah Fedore, CEO. For more information about Tanager, visit www.tanagerinc.com.

About the Software Engineering Institute

The Software Engineering Institute is a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI helps organizations make measurable improvements in their software engineering capabilities by providing technical leadership to advance the practice of software engineering. For more information about the SEI, visit www.sei.cmu.edu. For more information about the SEI Partner Network, visit www.sei.cmu.edu/partners.

SEI Partner Network, Carnegie Mellon University