BAE to Help IARPA Develop AI-Based Information Security Tech

BAE Systems has received a $14 million contract to help the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity develop artificial intelligence and machine learning tools for the detection of radio frequency signals that pose a security risk to military communications.

The company will lead a team of commercial and academic organizations in an effort to bring AI/ML technology-based data protection approaches to intelligence and defense missions through the Securing Compartmented Information with Smart Radio Systems program.

IARPA’s SCISRS project is seeking “smart radio” methods to automate RF environment analysis and identify unexpected signals and complex anomalies such as unintended emission.

BlueHalo subsidiary Intelligent Automation, PFP Cybersecurity, Signal Processing Technologies and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University will serve as subcontractors to BAE on the effort.

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