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Assured Enterprises Buys IC, IT Consulting Firm NDAi

acquisition,  mergerAssured Enterprises has purchased Virginia-based information technology and intelligence community consulting firm Nova Defense & Aerospace International for an undisclosed sum.

Assured Enterprises CEO Stephen Soble said Tuesday the acquisition of NDAi is in line with the company’s efforts to boost its cybersecurity platforms and services intended to protect national critical infrastructure and commercial sectors from cyber threats.

The Texas-based cybersecurity services contractor also named William Jacobs, former NDAi president and CEO, as head of its federal sector.

Jacobs said he plans to offer Assured’s AssuredScanDKVTM vulnerability assessment tool and other cybersecurity platforms to the Defense Department and IC.

Jacobs is a retired U.S. Army brigadier general and a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.

Prior to joining NDAi, he held senior leadership roles at Digital Management Inc., FedSys and DynCorp International.

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