Vienna, VA – February 23, 2017: Dynology, a leading provider of cyber security and information technology solutions to the federal government, announced today that the company was awarded the opportunity to support Headquarters, Marine Corps, Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the Marine Corps Cybersecurity Range (MCCR) doing Weapon System Cyber Vulnerability Assessments for ManTech International Corporation.
NDAA Section 1647, Cyber Vulnerability Assessments Marine Corps Weapon Systems, provides stakeholders across the USMC and DoD with increased cognizance into the operational readiness of Marine Corps warfighting capabilities in a cyber-contested environment.
“Our team works side-by-side with our prime partner, ManTech International Corporation, the Marine Corps Operational Test Activity (MCOTEA), Program Managers and the Information Warfare Integration Division (IWID) to deliver these services that remain vital to protect and improve the mission assurance and resilience of combat systems,” said Mr. Art Bornschein, Dynology’s Director of Marine Corps and Joint programs. “Our services enable the Marine Corps to address the growing concerns of cyber threats.”
This latest award expands Dynology’s footprint in the Department of Navy/Marine Corps, where we also serve Office of Legislative Affairs and the Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC).