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TCS Receives $68 Million DOD Cybersecurity Contract

By | September 24, 2015
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      West Point Military Academy’s 13th annual cyber defense exercise. Photo: West Point

      [Via Satellite 09-24-2015] TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) won a competitive five-year contract extension (a base plus five option periods), valued at approximately $68 million, to provide the U.S. Department of Defense‘s (DOD) personnel with curriculum development and training delivery services to support the government’s cybersecurity workforce development.

      TCS will leverage its Art of Exploitation (AoE) cybersecurity portfolio, which includes training on penetration testing, forensics, defense strategies, vulnerability analysis, software development and reverse engineering, to complement and enhance the training delivery. The company will also leverage its PerformanScore tool to deliver performance-based testing.