Mocana wins USAF SBIR Phase II award
Sunnyvale, CA-based Mocana announced on August 18 that it has been awarded an Air Force Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to provide advanced cyber protection for military systems.
The $1.5 million contract is designed to establish end-to-end digital supply chain security and provenance, from software development to the point of presence on embedded systems. Mocana will work with the Air Force to provide a solution securing the digital chain of custody, ensuring the integrity and non-repudiation of data while reducing the likelihood of cyberattacks on key embedded systems.
This Phase II SBIR contract award recognizes Mocana’s continued expansion into developing and delivering essential cyber protection solutions for government and military customers.
“Vulnerabilities in the digital supply chain pose a real threat to the reliability and operational availability of mission-critical technology, in both defense and civilian infrastructure,” said Dave Smith, president of Mocana. “This Phase II SBIR award to Mocana reflects the Air Force’s commitment to seeking innovative cybersecurity solutions in support of our warfighters.”