Envistacom Lands Army Contract for Cyber Adversary Identification Tech

cybersecurityAtlanta, Georgia-based cybersecurity firm Envistacom has received a five-year, $90 million contract from the Army to provide cyber technology for U.S., coalition and regional military forces.

The Defense Department said Friday the Army Contracting Command out of Research Triangle Park, N.C. awarded the contract in search of tools to help soldiers identify adversaries and link that information with other data for U.S. soldiers and partner forces.

Envistacom provides cybersecurity and intelligence services to defense, government and commercial customers worldwide.

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