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    General Dynamics to Boost Cybersecurity of Defense Intelligence Agency

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    General Dynamics Information Technology will provide a wide range of cyber security services to enhance security intelligence networks and systems of he the US Defense Intelligence Agency.

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — The Defense Intelligence Agency has awarded General Dynamics Information Technology a contract to provide cyber security services to defend intelligence networks and systems, combatant commands and various military services, the company announced in a press release on Thursday.

    "General Dynamics Information Technology was awarded a task order by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) to provide a wide range of cyber security services required to defend intelligence networks and systems for the agency, combatant commands and various military services," the release explained.

    The company explained the Enterprise Cyber Network Defense contract is a five-year contract with ordering period of $170 million.

    General Dynamics Information Technology will provide technical, functional and managerial services, including cyber security engineering and incident detection and response and threat fusion services, according to the release.

    Work on the contract will be performed at various locations in the United States and the United Kingdom, the release added.


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