Raytheon BBN to protect military networks against cyberattacks

  • 20-Jan-2010 09:22 EST

The Air Force Research Laboratory awarded Raytheon BBN Technologies a $2.9 million contract to develop new approaches to better protect U.S. Department of Defense Service-Oriented Architectures against malicious attacks. The advanced security features that Raytheon BBN Technologies will develop under the Advanced Protected Services (APS) program will handle the information exchange demanded by network-centric operations more quickly and cost-effectively. The goal of the APS program is to enable future military service-oriented information systems to detect, protect, and adapt to survive attacks from enemies.

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