AEgis Buys Excivity in Cyber, Intell Capability Expansion Push; Jonathan Moneymaker Quoted

Jeff Brody
Jonathan Moneymaker

AEgis Technologies Group, a national security and engineering services contractor, has acquired mission-enabling technology developer Excivity for an undisclosed sum as part of efforts to expand its intelligence and cyber capabilities.

Matt Ramsey, CEO and founder of Excivity, and Chief Technology Officer Roger Edmiston will continue to oversee Excivity as part of the AEgis leadership team, the companies said in a joint release published Monday.

AEgis CEO Jonathan Moneymaker said the company looks forward to advancing Excivity’s vision and collective expertise to further support the mission through additional capabilities.

Excivity was founded by Ramsey in 2006 and is focused on developing and deploying situational awareness toolsets, security applications and other mission-enabling tech platforms for national security clients.

Founded in 1989, AEgis is a portfolio company of Arlington Capital Partners and provides engineering platforms across missile defense, space, electronic warfare, cyber, directed energy, C4ISR and intelligence markets in support of clients in defense and national security communities.

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