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About Us

infracritical® was founded on a simple principal that our infrastructure (not only within the United States, but Worldwide) is critically important in safeguarding our society…and future generations.

Our goal is simple - to promote critical thinking processes to public and private sector organizations by thinking ‘outside the box’. We strongly believe that through such awareness efforts that this will enable our customers, strategic partners, and research clients the foundational tools, thereby creating a more future-thought mindset which will save organizations both time and money by providing better service to their clients and general public.

To promote our cause, we constrantly strive for:

  • Developing and maintaining our philosophy, mottor and practice;
  • Provide frameworks enabling public and private sector organizations; and,
  • Participate in occasional outreach programs about our cause and mission.

Please contact us if you have any questions about our cause and/or mission.

Meet Our Team

Tammy Olk

Founder and President

Founder and President of IC Holdings, Inc., parent company to services including:
unixworks and infracritical®† services

† infracritical® is a registered service under license to ICH.

Bob Radvanovsky

Strategic Advisor / Consultant

Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Strategist
Cybersecurity Strategist and Consultant

Jacob Brodsky

Strategic Advisor (Non-Paid)

Professional Engineer (PE) [licensed in State of Maryland]
Cybersecurity Strategist

Michael Smith


Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Consultant
Cybersecurity Consultant

Our Legacy

infracritical® has been around since 2001. Though its trademark is a registered service of Bob Radvanovsky, it has been licensed to IC Holdings, Inc. to be used to describe its primary consultancy and services offered; its simple, yet fundamental design, was created with using the primary security triadic principals plus one more.

Meaning Behind infracritical®

The three grey boxes symbolize the three essential principals behind real security of our infrastructures:

  • Sustainability
  • Reliability
  • Performance

Together, these three principals symbolize the necessitation of maintaining resiliency, recoverability, and versitility of our basic fndamental needs such as water, food, electricity, shelter, and environment. Our Worldwide economy is based on these principals. Without them, our global society will fail, chaos will ensue, and humankind will falter.

The fourth box (which is blue) symbolizes ‘safety’ of an infrastructure, its continued operation, instilling trust in those who maintain it, while promoting and encouraging that our infrastructures are safe, operating properly, and are resilient to handle any circumstance (environment, economic downturn, etc.) Blue is often associated with stability - symbolizing trust, loyalty, confidence, and faith. We feel all of these factors are what defines the essence behind the principal of ‘safety’.

Protecting Our Infrastructures

This means that ‘safety’ is tied (but not limited) to the following:

  • Reasonable due care is applied to its continued operation;
  • Protection of critical assets used by and for the operation;
  • Protection of its personnel from undue duress, injury, harm, or death;
  • Protection of its customers and general public from harm or death; and,
  • Protection of services and goods for those who rely on the operation.

Though the word ‘safety’ may have a different meaning to others, we feel that all of these factors play an important part for maintaining the continued operational success of an infrastructure.

Our Site

This site was originally launched in 2001, and has undergone several modifications since then. It has been redesigned for easy-of-use and readability.

We have partnered with several organizations to streamline our process to redesign this site, making it significantly more accessible for modern browsers, including mobile and handheld devices. This site was built using open source design and source code taken from the U.S. Web Design Standards.

As we continue to improve this site, your feedback is welcomed.