Rhombic LLC , founded in 2022, is a Minority, Total Small, and Service- Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business specializing in providing Technology Services and Solutions, Information Management, Cyber Security, Splunk Licensing, Maintenance, Support and Services, as well as, Product Resales, to our federal, state, and local clients. We are a data-driven management and consulting firm, dedicated to providing fast, reliable solutions to tackle the most complex issues.
At Rhombic our Splunk administrators and consultants have the full support of our company to ensure customer success. We leverage partner support, as well as, the entire Splunk ecosystem to bring best in-class service to our customers.
We leverage our knowledge of endpoints, networks, and cyber security tools to provide a holistic view and monitoring of our customers infrastructure
Gary Johnson is a Cyber Security Engineer in the federal government contracting space where he specializes in Enterprise Security and Compliance, focusing on infrastructure and network monitoring, as well as analytics. He has worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigations and Department of Defense where he was the team lead responsible for administering Intrusion Prevention Systems, Firewalls, and Splunk Enterprise Security.
He served 20 years in the military as an 11B Infantryman for 12 years and then as an 18E Special Forces Communication Sergeant for 8 years. As a Communications Sergeant, he was the Subject Matter Expert (SME) on Satellite Communications(satcom), High (HF), Very High (VHF), and Ultra High Frequency (UHF) radio transmissions, as well as he designed, implemented, and maintained small to medium local area networks in permissive and non-permissive environments.
He attended Norwich University where he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Cyber Security with a focus in Computer Forensics and Vulnerability Management. Gary has completed various security and IT related training and achieved multiple security certifications which makes him very well rounded in his career field. He now specializes as a Splunk Certified Architect and Splunk Core Certified Consultant.
Previously he volunteered as a “Big” for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation where he mentored young African American men in underprivileged communities. Currently, he volunteers for the Microsoft TEALS (Technology, Education, and Learning Support) Philanthropy Program. He assists high school teachers in computer science courses where in the past students were excluded from learning CS because of race, gender, or geography.