New Contract With US Cyber Command Helps Protect Federal Agencies

New Contract With US Cyber Command Helps Protect Federal Agencies

March 17, 2020 • The Recorded Future Team

Understanding the context of a government entity’s practices is imperative for an effective security strategy and meaningful cyber defense. Now more than ever, security teams on the front lines of government cyber defense need contextual security intelligence to act quickly to make critical, confident decisions.

Since our founding, Recorded Future has been committed to stopping threats targeting local, state, and federal government institutions around the world. In fact, our unique approach to collecting and analyzing data from the broadest set of open, closed, and technical sources reflects many proven analytic techniques honed over decades by these very government and military agencies.

We’re proud to extend this commitment to protecting government organizations with our recently announced Production-Other Transaction Agreement (P-OTA) contract, facilitated by the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU).

Under this contract, the Recorded Future Security Intelligence Platform will provide real-time threat analysis to approved federal agencies on an expedited basis. By providing a singular view of digital, brand, and third-party risk and comprehensive threat reporting capabilities, the platform will support USCYBERCOM’s ability to direct the operation and defense of specified Department of Defense Information Networks (DODIN).

This $50 million contract is particularly noteworthy for Recorded Future, as it marks the first P-OTA contract awarded by the U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) Enterprise.

Protect Your People and Physical Assets Around the World

Our combination of machine and human analysis empowers analysts to monitor relevant geographic areas across languages, detect and report on incidents in real time, and share contextual insights with the wider security team for maximum risk reduction.

Recorded Future’s sophisticated combination of machine and human analysis makes it possible by empowering analysts to easily monitor relevant geographic areas across languages, detect and report on incidents in real time, and share contextual insights with the wider security team for maximum risk reduction.

Learn more about security intelligence for geopolitical risk from Recorded Future.

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