DoD Seeks Cyber Platforms Through Solutions Meeting

cybersecurityThe Defense Department will hold a meeting in Washington between June and July 2016 to allow potential contractors to deliver technical presentations about their cyber platforms.

DoD said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday it will conduct the Cyber Strategy Solutions Meeting to identify cyber tools that might qualify for experimentation and pilot projects.

The department is interested in novel platforms in the areas of cyber situational awareness, wireless industrial control systems, malware detection, cyber modeling and simulation, insider threat detection and mitigation, cyber analytics and forensics, cloud and enterprise security services, artificial intelligence, and big data for cyber.

DoD’s rapid reaction technology office will accept applications from companies that intend to participate in the meeting through April 19.

The meeting is part of RRTO’s Innovation Outreach Program, according to the notice.

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