The Defense Information Systems Agency has awarded a team led by Raytheon a $28 million contract for cyber security solutions across DoD networks. The Raytheon led team will help DISA to develop network operations situation awareness (NET-Ops SA) throughout the unclassified and classified networks of DoD.
NET-Ops SA is an emerging area that seeks to provide integrated information assurance, content management and enterprise management for a major component of DoD’s networks. The cyber security solution to be provided by Raytheon’s team will, among other capabilities, enable DoD to detect intrusions on the network. Andy Zogg, VP of Network Centric Systems Command and Control Systems at Raytheon, said “Our work providing end-to-end cybersecurity to the GIG networks is a valuable guide as we design a robust system to protect the DoD’s sensitive information. Raytheon’s cybersecurity solutions on and off the battlefield are addressing critical gaps for our customers.” The team includes General Dynamics, SAIC, BCMC and Eye Street Software.