ECS has conducted training for more than 1,000 U.S. Army personnel to help them apply a company-designed cybersecurity platform in securing endpoints across the branch’s computer network.
The ASGN company said Thursday military cyber analysts completed a program comprising technical instruction, use-case demonstrations and simulated practical exercises to familiarize themselves with the Army Endpoint Security Solution.
ECS facilitates the Automated Continuous Endpoint Monitoring course over three days in person or in a virtual setting.
AESS works to protect as many as 800,000 endpoint devices connected to the Army’s classified and unclassified network assets.
The branch awarded ECS a five-year, $430 million task order in 2022 to update tools and provide managed services for the platform.