Air Force Awards Cybersecurity Testing BPA to Dark Wolf
Dark Wolf, a provider of DevSecOps information technologies, has been selected to perform software penetration testing and adversarial assessment in support of the Air Force. The military awarded Dark Wolf a $75M blanket purchase agreement to detect digital networking vulnerabilities to malicious activities. Dark Wolf will assess the military systems' ability to detect cyber threats, react to attacks and restore capabilities lost to attacks, Military and Aerospace Electronics reported. Work shall be performed at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, and is expected to be completed in October. The company reportedly specializes in malware analysis, vulnerability research, vulnerability assessment, network intrusion analysis, internet of things security and incident response.
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