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Securboration Awarded Air Force Contract for Elevated Situational Awareness Across Discoverable Data Sources

Securboration Awarded Air Force Contract for Elevated Situational Awareness Across Discoverable Data Sources. Securboration will develop the Reusable Analytics in a Data Lake Environment (RAiDLE) system. The objective is to develop a modular, secure solution for analytics across multiple domains to be autonomously represented, characterized, and discovered for bandwidth-optimized summarization, transfer, evaluation, and tasking.

Securboration Awarded Air Force Contract for Certification Analysis and Planning in Acquisition

Securboration Awarded Air Force Contract for Certification Analysis and Planning in Acquisition. The objective is to provide model-based tools and methods to represent aircraft systems, architectures, and behaviors such that the impact of candidate modifications to criterion-driven certifications can be identified and factored in acquisition plans and budgets. Securboration will develop the Evidence-based Certification Analysis and Planning (ECAP) framework. ECAP will provide an end-to-end oversight framework during an acquisition to ensure design and development trade-off analyses are being accomplished, including the cost of certification.

Securboration Awarded Air Force Contract for Model Based Systems Engineering Big Data Analytics

Securboration Awarded Air Force Contract for Model Based Systems Engineering Big Data Analytics. The objective is to develop and demonstrate ability to discover, aggregate and analyze disparate data types and formats to enhance the decision making process during weapon system design and development. Securboration will develop the Systems Engineering Enhancement of Digital Thread (SEED) tool to meet this objective.

Securboration Awarded Air Force Contract for Mission and Information Assurance through Cyber Atomics

Securboration has been awarded Air Force Contract for Mission and Information Assurance through Cyber Atomics. The objective is to develop a cyber assurance system that expands the reach of information management and control to the network, and processes operations in an atomic manner to secure operations from harm and manipulation. Securboration intends to build the Cyber Risk Assessment for Threatened Environments (CRATE) tool, which will take as input mission requirements and run-time transactions, and produce a mission-centric threat map during execution.

Securboration Awarded Air Force Contract to Help Increase Operator Situational Awareness and Decision Speeds for Controlling Complex, Highly Dynamic Networks

Securboration has been awarded Air Force contract to further develop information technology which fuses distributed sensing and human perception to increase operator situational awareness and decision speeds for controlling complex, highly dynamic networks. Securboration will further develop the Joint Collaborative Augmentation for Sense-making Environment (JCAUSE). JCAUSE combines advances in several fields of knowledge including sense making, cognitive science, machine learning, cyber security and visualization with expertise from the command and control realm. This research and development will aim to enhance network operations for DoD information technology systems, with potential extension to integrated Command and Control (C2) systems for synchronizing Air-Space-Cyber operations

Securboration Awarded Army Contract for Improving Local Understanding to Improve Planning

Securboration has been awarded a U.S. Army contract for improving the understanding of populations involved in or impacted by operations. Improved understanding will help as they effectively plan, coordinate and execute military operations, support training and foster partnerships. Securboration will work to develop the Characterization of Open Resources for Planning and Understanding Strategies (CORPUS) system. CORPUS will leverage ‘big’ social and cultural data for analysis and situational understanding with respect to preparation, planning and execution.

Securboration Awarded Air Force Contract for Moving Target Defense on Network

Securboration has been awarded an Air Force contract to develop innovative techniques to adapt network or perception of network to thwart adversary attempt to perform reconnaissance, launch attack and successfully exfiltrate information. Securboration’s approach is to provide Container Hopping At Random Intervals Or Targeted-attacks (CHARIOT). CHARIOT provides a dynamic moving target within the network to keep adversaries off guard while causing minor impact on the system’s overall performance thereby providing a reduced attack-surface. CHARIOT will provide novel capabilities to confuse and mislead potential attackers, thus reducing their chance of successful exploitation of the protected network system.

Securboration Awarded Army Contract for Inferring Social and Psychological Meaning in Social Media

Securboration has been awarded an Army contract for Inferring social and psychological meaning in social media in which Securboration will further expand the capabilities of its Social Understanding and Reasoning Framework (SURF). While recent events have highlighted the clandestine methods terrorists resort to for their tactical planning for execution (game consoles, encrypted channels, etc.), the initial recruitment and radicalization still occurs via popular online social media outlets, and in particular Twitter. SURF uses machine learning to attempt to categorize social media users with positive sentiment for terrorists.

Securboration Wins Navy Contract for Course of Action Recommender

Securboration has been awarded a contract from the Navy to build course of action (COA) recommender services. This work will build upon a previous contract where Securboration performed research and development of a general framework for COA Recommendation Services (COARS). COARS’s service-based implementation fits well with the Navy’s modular approach to maturing leading edge research towards a deployable COA recommender.

Securboration Awarded U.S. Army Contract for Augmented Reality for Tactical Edge Analysis

Securboration has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Army to further develop a cognitive knowledge-aided interface along with supporting information processing techniques to exploit very large data streams and autonomously highlight areas of interest for personnel with limited or no prior knowledge of the area. Securboration will enhance their Augmented Reality for Tactical Edge Analysis (ARTEA) system to satisfy the requirements. ARTEA will apply deep machine learning and noise reduction algorithms to big-data social media streams to identify patterns, extract attitude trends and shifts, and present the most salient features of the derived knowledge immediately to the edge soldier via non-intrusive augmented reality devices such as Google Glass. ARTEA will use a new approach to knowledge discovery that will flatten the intelligence hierarchy by using social media to enable the edge soldier to act as a vital, active participant in the analysis process.

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