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CTC Tapped to Secure Marine Corps Base Control Systems; Ed Sheehan Comments

Ed Sheehan Jr.

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 13, 2018 — Concurrent Technologies Corp. will help the U.S. Marine Corps manage the cybersecurity of facility and base control systems under a potential three-year, $6.2 million contract, ExecutiveBiz reported June 4.

The company said it will deliver functional and technical programmatic support to ensure the security of energy, data, buildings, fire control and traffic cameras at the service branch’s installations and associated facilities.

“We will identify and eliminate potential vulnerabilities to Marine Corps installations, supporting their ability to maintain critical functionality in any operating environment or condition,” said Ed Sheehan Jr., president and CEO of CTC.

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