Gemedy, Two Six Labs Expand Cyber Tech Dev’t Collaboration to Support Gov’t Customers

Jeff Brody

Two Six Labs has expanded a partnership with Gemedy to further develop cybersecurity technology platforms for potential government use.

Under a new strategic alliance, both companies aim to offer products to support agencies in various mission areas such as threat intelligence management, automated response and security orchestration, Two Six Labs said Monday.

Cambridge, Mass-based Gemedy develops software and systems with artificial intelligence to help customers address computational, physical and social challenges.

Two Six Labs is headquartered in Arlington, Va., and designs cybersecurity, tactical mobility and analytics tools.

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