Sotera Secures Over $15 Million in Cyber and C4ISR Contract Awards: John Hillen Comments

Sotera Defense Solutions was recently awarded more than $15 million in support of several cybersecurity and C4ISR programs within the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.

The recent awards are a result of new work as well as expanded opportunities under existing contracts. Sotera has received task orders for several projects.

The new task orders will result in support for SPAWAR’s Navy Medicine Enterprise Information Assuance and Network Engineering Program, Integrated RF Communications Systems to the Department of State in support of its U.S. Central Command mission and engineering, development and information assurance services to the U.S. Navy Cyber Command’s Collaboration at the Sea Unified Atlantic Regional Network Operations Center.

Additionally, Sotera will provide information assurance services to the U.S. Navy’s TacMobile program, responsible for equipping maritime patrol aircraft with pre-flight, in-flight and post-flight data processing and analysis as well as security technical testing and certification support for the Navy Marine Corps Intranet.  This includes certification, test and evaluation of NMCI components. It also includes conducting site security test and evaluation of classified and unclassified NMCI sites.

 John Hillen, president and chief executive officer of Sotera, commented on the recent wins, “The breadth of these recent wins illustrate the successful expansion of Sotera’s capabilities, particularly in the growing cyber operations, cyber intelligence and C4ISR mission areas.  We are pleased to add this additional expertise to the wide range of mission support solutions and services we provide to our valued SPAWAR customer.”

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