PlanetRisk books $79M DHS cyber program support contract

PlanetRisk has won a potential five-year, $79 million contract to help the Homeland Security Department manage cybersecurity programs.

The contract specifically supports DHS’ office of cybersecurity and communications, PlanetRisk said Monday. DHS’ CS&C office leads work to design, develop, deploy and operate cybersecurity technologies and apply mitigation strategies against threats.

Washington-based PlanetRisk will support DHS programs such as the National Cybersecurity Program System, Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation and Enhanced Cybersecurity Services. The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center will also receive support.

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