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Sentar to Help DOD Improve Cybersecurity Test, Evaluation Under Multimillion-Dollar Contract

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Sentar to Help DOD Improve Cybersecurity Test, Evaluation Under Multimillion-Dollar Contract

Cyber intelligence solutions provider Sentar announced that it has won a potential four-year, $6.7 million contract to support the Department of Defense’s cybersecurity test and evaluation, training and certification missions.

Under the National Cyber Range Complex Event Planning, Operations and Support IT Service Management Support contract, Sentar will directly work with the Pentagon on configuration management and release and deployment management areas. The company’s efforts will help the Test Resource Management Center provide realistic cybersecurity environments for test and evaluation.

The contract will build on other initiatives Sentar is performing for TRMC. Work will be performed in Orlando, Florida and other locations, Sentar said.

The award is one of several cyber-forward contracts the government issued for defense and national security.

In mid-September, the DOD awarded Forescout Technologies a contract for the fourth stage of the Comply-to-Connect cybersecurity program. Forescout was tasked to configure zero trust access principles throughout the DOD information network and integrate risk management into the existing C2C platform.

In April, the National Nuclear Security Administration awarded Rebellion Defense a follow-on contract for cybersecurity services. The company was tasked to help NNSA defend critical infrastructure using the Rebellion Nova emulator.

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