QinetiQ Bolsters Cyber Offerings with Cyveillance Acquisition

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qinetiqQinetiQ announced on Wednesday that it will expand into the multibillion-dollar cyber security marketplace with the acquisition of Arlington-based Cyveillance, a provider of online monitoring services designed to help companies guard against Internet threats.  Duane Andrews, QinetiQ North America CEO said, “We believe Cyveillance is well positioned to benefit from the increased importance that the administration is placing on addressing cyber security as the risk of new and increasingly sophisticated online threats increases.”  Read entire press release…

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