Root9B Chosen for DoD, Critical Infrastructure Cyber Contracts

cybersecurityRoot9B has disclosed multiple contract awards with a combined value of at least $750,000 for cybersecurity services to the Defense Department and commercial critical infrastructure.

Root9B will assist the U.S. Navy in cyber missions through the company’s services and systems in an effort to help protect the military branch’s critical networks under one contract worth $480,000, Root9B said Wednesday.

Root9B will also provide its Attack Surface Baseline approach to an unidentified commercial infrastructure company under an estimated $250,000 contract.

That approach aims to combine threat intelligence and adversary mindsets to identify and address network risks.

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