Sedulous Consulting Services and Infinity Support Services Merge to Support Government Contractors and Commercial Enterprises in Cybersecurity and IT

As concerns about cyberattacks on federal, state and local governments grow across the country, two local companies specializing in cybersecurity, IT and logistics outsourcing merged today, creating a new consulting firm to meet the need to implement cyber solutions and increase the workforce across the country.

WASHINGTON, August 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today’s acquisition of Infinity Support Services through Painstaking consulting services brings together three minority cybersecurity, IT and logistics veterans with over 90 years of collective experience in the US military and private sector. The merger comes as Congress approves a historic, bipartisan $550 billion infrastructure bill, and in June the Senate ordered $250 billion for basic and advanced technological research.

James Villa and Omar Demmis of Sedulous Consulting with Lindo Bradley of Infinity Support Services (photo by Nancy Kleck).

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“Now was the best time to merge these two great minority-owned companies to inspire innovative, secure and sustainable technology in the interest of global, social and economic evolution,” says Omar Denis, the founder, president and CEO of Sedulous Consulting Services. “We are at the sweet spot of innovation and growth within the public sector, as more governments and businesses seek our help, particularly in the area of ​​cybersecurity.”

New Congressional appropriations include $1 billion in state and local cybersecurity grants and $550 million for securing the electricity grid, with several provisions for funding cybersecurity research, sector risk management and the creation of the office of the national director of cybersecurity. “This is a watershed moment for cybersecurity,” Dennis added. “These Congressional investments come at a critical time, as glaring flaws in so many critical and vulnerable government agency infrastructure systems are being targeted by cybercriminals.”

The merger brings together three veterans of United States Marine Corps with extensive experience in the government and commercial sectors. Infinity Support Services was started by Lindo Bradley in 2011 after a distinguished 30-year career as a Marine Corps civilian responsible for procurement authorization and program management worldwide, including Iraq and Afghanistan. Bradley will now retire his company, merging it with Sedulous Consulting Services, formed in 2016 by two Marine Corps veterans, Omar Dennis and Jacques Villa, who both joined the Marine Corps after high school and served at home and abroad in various mission-critical duties alongside Bradley.

“This is a merger of equals,” says Bradley. “I leave my business in the capable hands of two gentlemen I have worked with forever and the trust will take it to a whole new level.”

Dennis responds optimistically: “Yes, at a $100 million company..Lindo enables us to dramatically expand our capabilities in the area of ​​government contracts and truly help our clients build their cybersecurity capabilities and properly protect their systems against the highly sophisticated and rapidly changing threat landscape. »

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