Owl Cyber Defense Solutions | January 06, 2021
Owl Cyber Defense Solutions, LLC ("Owl"), a worldwide market pioneer in cybersecurity solutions and administrations for safeguarding network limits and empowering secure information sharing across spaces, reported today the acquisition of the Trident Assured Collaboration Systems ("ACS") product offering. ACS has the lone U.S. government-endorsed Voice over IP ("VoIP") and Video Teleconference ("VTC") Cross Domain Solution ("CDS") just as the business' most progressive Full Motion Video ("FMV") separating capacity – usefulness basic to CDS tasks in a period of robots and cameras. The acquisition gives Owl a more extensive scope of affirmed network edge defense solutions than any rival on the lookout.
Owl, supported by private venture firm DC Capital Partners, has been a main supplier of CDS to the U.S. Branch of Defense ("DoD") and Intelligence Community for over 20 years. Owl is additionally the worldwide pioneer in cybersecurity security for basic foundation, offering the lone U.S. government tried and licensed CDS accessible for arrangement inside and outside the U.S to both government and business customers.
Owl's Cross Domain Solutions offer the most elevated level of organization border security, far surpassing the capacities of firewalls and other typical organization defenses. Owl's items are the decision for ensuring the country's most touchy organizations and frameworks against assault. Late episodes have exhibited the failure of inheritance firewalls to forestall cyberattacks against basic business and working frameworks and cloud-based applications. The blend of Owl and ACS's innovation offers a full continuum of CDS items that give equipment upheld space detachment and layers of information separating confirmation as opposed to a solitary organization line checkpoint with negligible substance sifting.
Thomas J. Campbell, Chairman of Owl and Founder and Managing Partner of DC Capital, said, "This is another step in executing our strategic vision. The acquisition of ACS not only places Owl ahead of other Cross Domain Solution providers, but it also plays a pivotal role in our larger strategy to offer true cybersecurity protection. The future requires solutions that are cost effective and easy to implement, use, and maintain."
"The explosion of the Internet of Things ("IoT") demands cyber-secure devices, from those that control our critical infrastructure, to our homes and cars," said Campbell. "The technology Owl pioneered 20 years ago is now available in form factors small enough to be embedded inside devices. Owl has always been an early mover, the first to develop hardware-enforced network protection and now the first to offer a hardware-enforced CDS that can be embedded."
"Owl has been rapidly moving towards this number one position for the last couple of years," commented Robert Stalick, President and CEO of Owl. "With the addition of ACS, the last piece has fallen into place. Owl is now the clear leader in accredited Cross Domain Solution offerings, with the widest range of capabilities and products – solving problems from tactical to enterprise in data, voice, and video; for government, critical infrastructure and commercial enterprises."
Solutions like firewalls that worked 25 years prior as an organization security approach are not, at this point viable against country state quality assaults. As country state assaults increment, the methodologies utilized by state entertainers start to saturate the criminal side of cyberattacks. Viable cybersecurity presently requires an incorporated, multi-layered framework with information diode equipment parts in gatekeepers which perform escalated information assessment and confirmation. The up and coming age of insurance, coming out now and based on a mix of Owl and ACS innovation, inserts CDS usefulness in incredibly low-inertness, unmodifiable equipment.
Jerry B. Chernock, Partner at DC Capital, added, "It is obvious that we need to address the inadequacy of firewalls. There is a reason why our clients insist on Cross Domain Solutions and not solely on firewalls. Recent attacks, including a security breach at a prominent U.S. based cybersecurity firm and several U.S. Government agencies, have punctuated the need for intelligence, military, critical infrastructure and corporate clients to quickly evolve how they protect their networks."
"The sophistication of these technologies cannot be overstated," said Ken Walker, Chief Technology Officer at Owl. "The U.S. Government continues to set the standards for the most rigorous operational requirements and testing regimes globally, setting expectations that very few companies can meet. Owl is one of a handful of elite companies that satisfies the government-established 'Raise the Bar' requirements."
About Owl Cyber Defense Solutions
Owl has been serving the cybersecurity needs of the U.S. government since inception – providing hardware-enforced cybersecurity controls, industry leading expertise in operating system hardening, extensive device and network-based assessment services and thought-leadership in filtering/data processing disciplines. Owl Cross Domain Solutions are operating broadly in missions across both the DoD and the U.S. intelligence agencies. Globally Owl is the leader in perimeter protection for nuclear power plants, oil and gas operations, renewables and power generation and transmission, with aggressive growth occurring in the data center and cloud provider sectors. Owl continues to innovate and is bringing to market the world's first embeddable cybersecurity to serve the Internet of Things ("IoT").
Booz Allen Hamilton | June 01, 2021
Booz Allen Hamilton announced a partnership with Databricks, a data and artificial intelligence (AI) company, to drive business value by unifying data and AI to meet federal agencies' data challenges and advance their missions.
Booz Allen's innovative, industry-leading analytics capabilities deliver mission-critical technologies, services, and strategies to help clients realize their full data analytics potential in any environment. When combined with Databricks' Lakehouse Platform, which helps organizations accelerate innovation by unifying data engineering, data science, machine learning, and analytics within a single open, collaborative platform for all of their data-driven use cases, agencies now have access to even faster, more efficient end-to-end solutions to address their most pressing needs.
Booz Allen is the federal government's largest provider of AI services, and it already provides some of the most advanced AI, machine learning, and data architecture solutions through its work with the Joint AI Center, Army Futures Command, and Veterans Benefits Administration, among other defense, civilian, and intelligence agencies. Databricks and Booz Allen's combined power delivers an unmatched resource for data-driven insights and decision-making, with key applications including:
• Scalable Enterprise AI Operations
• Fraud, Waste and Abuse Detection and Mitigation
• Genomics Data Processing
Booz Allen was named Federal Consulting Partner of the Year at Databricks' 2021 Partner Executive Summit for its significant global impact and substantial investments in training, marketing, and solutions as the leading provider of AI services to federal agencies. The collaboration between Booz Allen and Databricks has already resulted in many successful joint implementations, over 500 Databricks practitioners, and several accelerator solutions to drive results satisfying critical government data missions.
About Booz Allen Hamilton
For nearly a century, military, government, and business leaders have relied on Booz Allen Hamilton to solve their most challenging problems. We help organizations transform into consulting firms with experts in analytics, digital, engineering, and cyber. We are a key partner in some of the most innovative programs for governments worldwide, and the most sensitive agencies trust us. We collaborate with clients, using a mission-first approach to select the best strategy and technology to help them realize their vision. Our company, which has its global headquarters in McLean, Virginia, employs over 27,700 people globally and had revenue of $7.9 billion for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2021.
Parsons | January 25, 2021
Parsons Corporation announced today that it would lead an industry team of Leidos, SAIC and SRC, Inc., in pursuit of a 10-year, $953 million exertion with the U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa to design, mature, procure, incorporate, work, and keep up Air Base Air Defense systems across the European and African mainland areas of responsibility.
"As asymmetric threats from emerging technologies continue to proliferate, we're focused on developing a flexible, responsive, all-domain air base defense system to rapidly detect, alert, deny or defeat threats ranging from low-cost irregular attacks to hypersonic weapons," said Shaun McGrath, ABAD program manager at Parsons. "Our team's open architecture, platform-agnostic approach, coupled with cutting edge technologies and innovation labs, brought together by a team with relevant operational experience in all-domain systems integration, creates a best value and highly capable offering that will deliver scalable air base air defense systems to protects warfighters and their assets today and into the future."
The Parsons team will focus on the maturation of an all-space system comprised of business off-the-shelf and government off-the-shelf software and equipment technologies with an incorporated design to protect existing and future air bases. Parsons touches each aspect of the all-area battlespace: from space operations to edge computing and full-spectrum digital; to ground-based order and control systems. The organization's demonstrated operational capabilities will ensure all-space superiority and data predominance to quicken decision making in permissive through profoundly contested environments.
Leidos provides a diverse arrangement of systems, solutions, and services covering air, land, sea, space, and cyberspace for customers around the world – including the U.S. Armed force, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Naval force, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), NATO, and the Intelligence Community. Their solutions include enterprise and mission IT, huge scale insight systems, order and control, geospatial and information analytics, cybersecurity, logistics, preparing, knowledge analysis, and operations support.
Science Applications International Corp's. (SAIC's) robust arrangement of offerings includes top of the line solutions in systems designing and combination; enterprise IT, including cloud services, digital, and software; progressed analytics and simulation; and preparing that will be used to propel the ABAD mission and protect sent warfighters.
SRC, Inc., a not-revenue driven research and advancement organization, solves "impossible" problems in the areas of defense, climate, and insight. The organization helps protect America and its allies with cutting edge radars, electronic fighting systems, RF system analysis, simulation, and reconstructing technologies and services. Since 1957, SRC's obligation to the customer and the best solution — not the main concern — has stayed a basic belief that guides its efforts.
Parsons (NYSE: PSN) is a leading disruptive technology provider in the global defense, intelligence, and critical infrastructure markets, with capabilities across cybersecurity, missile defense, space, connected infrastructure, and smart cities. Please visit Parsons.com and follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook to learn how we're making an impact.
Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world's toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company's 38,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Va., Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $11.09 billion for the fiscal year ended January 3, 2020.