Our History

CyberCore Technologies was founded in 2000 by Kevin and John Powderly.

Kevin and John have combined their commitment to safeguard America with their drive to create an environment that has empowered employees to transform the company from a small Value Added Reseller to a large system integrator.

Under Kevin and John’s direction, CyberCore grew quickly. In 2004, the company had about 30 employees and $130 million in sales. In 2007, CyberCore’s growth required a move to its current headquarters in Elkridge. Its 300-member workforce has enabled the company to become one of the nation’s leading supply chain risk management and managed service providers for government and commercial customers.

“I put my reputation on, and give my personal guarantee on, everything we do. We’ve had phenomenal growth but, no matter how much we’ve changed, it hasn’t changed who we are. Our goal today is the same as it was the first day we started – and that’s supporting our mission and our employees.” (Kevin Powderly, Co-founder and Chairman of the Board)

Our Present

CyberCore is a leading provider of Value Added Services (VAS), Professional Services (PS), and Managed Services (MS) for government and commercial customers. The company’s success is founded on strong relationships – both with customers and with teammates. We seek to first understand, ensuring that solutions not only meet current challenges but stand the test of time.

Our Vision

CyberCore will be the preferred provider for the delivery of trusted IT equipment, professional services, and managed services, including protecting customers against external and internal threats, for the Intelligence Community, federal, medical, and commercial customers.

Our Mission

CyberCore delivers trusted, secure IT Supply Chain Value Added Services, Professional Services, Managed Services, providing Government and commercial customers with affordable, certified, risk managed solutions to ensure customer success.

Our Facility

CyberCore uses ISO 28000 and ISO 20243 certified physical and personnel security processes to govern security for inbound product shipments, security while product is at the CyberCore facility, and security for outbound product customer deliveries. These processes mitigate the risk of permanent, temporary, or contract personnel exploiting, or intending to exploit, legitimate access for unauthorized purposes. Using a defense in depth methodology, CyberCore protects their 100,000 sq. ft. facility comprised of warehouse space (88,000 sq. ft.), raised floor test and integration space (3,500 sq. ft.), and office space. This facility is physically protected with exterior fence obstructions, interior and exterior cameras, door sensors, alarmed doors, motion sensors, and badge readers. CyberCore’s personnel security office screen all employees to ensure they meet corporate and contractual requirements. As a minimum, all CyberCore employees are U.S. citizens.