Navy will use ordering agreements to protect aircraft from cyberattack

By Justin Doubleday / December 15, 2015 at 10:00 AM
The Navy is planning to establish basic ordering agreements with companies to protect the service's aircraft and airborne weapons from cyberattacks. Naval Air System Command's cyber warfare detachment (CWD) is aiming to work with both traditional and non-traditional defense contractors to develop cyber solutions, according to a Dec. 11 solicitation notice posted to the Federal Business Opportunities website. "The strategy of the NAVAIR CWD is to defend the access points to our weapon systems . . . survive and continue...

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