SageNet to Migrate Cybersecurity Services Division into New Pennsylvania-Based Facility as Part of Expansion Efforts
SageNet will move its cybersecurity services division to a 4,000-square-foot facility in Media, Pennsylvania as part of the company s expansion efforts.
The company said Wednesday that it will add four new positions and hire additional cybersecurity professionals to grow SageNet s team of cyber analysts and engineers. The SageNet cybersecurity division provides services including compliance assessments, cybersecurity assessments, managed security operations services, security information and event management deployments as well as security consulting services. Paul Truitt, SageNet chief technology and security officer, said that companies must work with partners who can offer a suite of cybersecurity services in response to the growing threats in information technology environments.
We are excited to have this opportunity to expand our cybersecurity operations, added Brad Wise, SageNet President.
The contract was awarded through the Army s Rapid Response Third Generation procurement vehicle and covers the development and integration of C2 technology for the Atterbury-Muscatatuck Cyber Technology Environment, IAP said Tuesday. Indiana National Guard operates the Muscatatuck urban training facility that was built to support active duty and reserve component training as well as other local, state or federal training. Muscatatuck is home to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Civilian Expeditionary Workforce, Defense Security Cooperation Agency and the Ministry of Defense Advisor program.
IAP will also support cyber technology requirements across defense systems being used by Defense Department, federal and state agencies under the contract.
Northrop Demos 2 Maritime Security Tools at INSA Innovators’ Showcase; Ginger Wierzbanowski Comments
Northrop Grumman demonstrated two tactical decision aids that work to help troops detect hostile maritime threats at the 2017 Intelligence and National Security Alliance Innovators Showcase held May 4 in McLean, Virginia.
The company said Tuesday it presented the Automated Real-Time Maritime Detection and Analysis and Blue Wide Area Situational Processor platforms before a panel of government engineers and scientists at the annual event for independent research and development efforts. The ARMADA tool works to detect semi-submerged and surface threats through the use of video sensors, while the Blue WASP platform is designed to warn against asymmetric threats through ground, maritime and aerial radars. Ginger Wierzbanowski, vice president of intelligence solutions at Northrop s mission systems business, said the company is honored to present two of its technology platforms to a group of national security professionals.
Ensuring mission success is our focus so public-private dialogues like these are critical to helping us drive research and development investments for solutions that directly support warfighters in making the most informed, trusted decisions and quickly adapting to ever-changing threat landscapes, Wierzbanowski added.
INSA selected the two Northrop platforms for the Energy and Other Game Changing Ideas category.
The alliance picked 24 IRAD abstracts out of at least 110 submissions from the private sector and academia for research in the areas of cybersecurity, machine learning and artificial intelligence, sensing technologies and internet of things.