Steve Omick: ACS, Army to Collaborate on Cyber Model Experiment Methods


dhs-cyberApplied Communication Sciences has been awarded a five-year,  $48.5 million contract with the Army Research Laboratory to develop new approaches for cyber experimentation.

The U.S. Army will use the approaches to evaluate and migrate parallel research programs that are conducted under the lab’s cybersecurity collaborative research alliance, ACS said Thursday.

“In dealing with increasingly sophisticated threats and diverse defense mechanisms, being able to experimentally validate models and theories is essential to advancing the Army’s cyber security superiority, ” said Steve Omick,  ACS president.

ACS will participate in the ARL Cybersecurity Research Alliance and perform additional cyber science research with the university consortium under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

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