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ABOUT US

We work with local Wichita Businesses to provide services that fit within their budgets and help them meet

their short, medium, and long-term business goals. We provide services that make processes increasingly efficient by identifying areas where machines can do repetitive work in place of humans, allowing the human components in manufacturing to produce more products in the same amount of time.

We can partner that with cybersecurity risk management to ensure the customer is:

1. Meeting applicable industry standards, laws, and regulations

2. Doing its due diligence to protect its people, processes, and often the end consumer

3. At a heightened security posture

4. Able to more quickly recover from a cyber-incident

All while “baking in” the security as we streamline and upgrade their processes.

George Coffman Electric – Cyber has the tools, people, and knowledge to protect your assets as a business owner at a price point that closely resembles Kansas value because we live, work, and do business right in Wichita, Kansas. We are here to make sure customers' operations and bottom line survive a cyber-attack. 

While no cyber company can guarantee 100% safety, GCE can give you value and increase your posture in a package that fits the Wichita Manufacturer's budget.  While no cyber company can guarantee 100% safety, GCE can give you value and increase your posture in a package that fits the Wichita Manufacturer's budget.

At GCE–Cyber we have multiple areas we like to work with businesses to improve on. We can show customers what the consequences are of a cyber-attack can be, what the current threat environment of their organization is, the estimated cost to recover from an attack is, and the costs of various cybersecurity products and services are. It's the belief at GCE that the cyber insurance market is not maturing proportionately to the cyber risk landscape that when that industry catches up, there will be significant insurance incentives associated with cost savings that will significantly drive demand for our services. A successful ransomware attack on a typical IT system takes on average 16 days to recover from, a number that is increasing yearly. While limited data is available on ransomware attacks targeting OT systems, the complexity of many of these systems makes it reasonable to estimate a longer time frame for a full recovery. With manufacturing companies watching the bottom line so closely to remain competitive in the world market, three weeks of limited or no manufacturing would be devastating to almost any business. GCE follows the current National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST SP-800-82 guidelines to implement cybersecurity controls in the OT environment.

OUR TEAM

Meet the people behind the computer

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Anthony George

Tony is currently serving as a Cyberwarfare Operator (Cyber Penetration Tester) member of the Kansas Air National Guard working in the 127 th COS (Cyber Operations Squadron) attached to an Air Force (CPT) Cyber Protection Team. He spent 6 years in the Navy, between Seal Training, Cryptology,

Electronic Security System maintenance and serving on the U.S.S. Enterprise. He has a degree in Computer Programming from Southwestern College, Associates Degree in Information Technology from the community college of the Air Force and attends WSU tech for Robotics manufacturing. He holds a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) Certification, has worked for Raytheon for 10 years as a Sr. Systems Engineer, ManTech as a Field Service representative and held the highest qualification for a cyber-operator in the Air Force. He has held a CompTIA Security Plus certification for over 15 years, various operating system certifications, SAN’s GCFA (GIAC Certified Computer Forensic Analyst) and holds the highest clearance awarded by the United States government. Tony graduated from Rose Hill High school in 2001.

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Matt Coffman

Matt Coffman is the Lead Automation Engineer for GCE and currently teaches at WSU Tech in the Advanced Automation Department.  Matt majored in math at Baker University where he played football for the Baker Wildcats.  He's been involved in the Electrical/Electronic field for over a decade and has programmed or worked with every major brand or electrical equipment company in the area.  

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