MacAulay-Brown wins $45M in cyber contracts

MacAulay-Brown has won a number of cyber contracts totaling $45 million to support the Defense Department and other government customers across the globe.

Under the contracts, the company will be providing host-based security system management, computer network defense, network engineering and operations, as well as around-the-clock threat and malware analysis.

The company will utilize systems engineering and agile software development capabilities to enhance and test tools, exercises and cyber tactics, techniques and procedures, MacB said in a release.

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