HELENA, MT -- 07/09/15 -- OP Cyber announced today that it has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). With the CRADA in place, OP Cyber can now share and gain access to new threat information in order to help improve threat detection and prevention.
The CRADA will allow OP Cyber to participate in the Cyber Information Sharing and Collaboration Program (CISCP), which entails sharing cyber threat, incident, and vulnerability information in near real-time, drawing on data of observed threat activity submitted by CISCP participants. OP Cyber Chief Scientist, Peter Stephenson, will lead a team that will merge young and established technologies to rapidly identify cyber attacks against government/military systems.
This is an invitation only opportunity to give, limited to very few. As a trusted partner to government, OP Cyber looks forward to attending CRADA related events to help shape the future of cyber security for our country, and to voluntarily detect intrusions and vulnerabilities in government systems.
We at OP Cyber are honored to contribute to the cyber security of our country.
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