Air Force Taking Pitches On Twin Cyber Contracts Worth $98M

Law360, Washington (June 17, 2015, 4:13 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Air Force has tapped cybersecurity firms to talk shop about how they can meet the agency’s network defense and enemy deception needs found in two upcoming cyber contracts worth a combined $98 million, according to a pair of federal contracting notices.

In a pair of Broad Agency Announcements published Tuesday, or BAAs, the Air Force asked industry for a run-down on possible solutions to help “confuse, delay, or otherwise impede” cyber attacks as well as implement new protocols to enhance the “survivability” and security of system infrastructure.

Each contract has a total value of $49 million over five years,...

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