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GrammaTech has received a contract of an undisclosed value from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for studying and prototyping an artificial intelligence-powered tool under DARPA's AI Exploration program. The company said Thursday it is building the AI-based ReMath program to automate the analysis of mathematical models from binary applications within embedded software and cyber physical systems.

GrammaTech has secured a three-year, $9 million contract from the U.S. Navy to research and develop new techniques on how to defend software from potential cyber attacks. The company said Monday that it will work to transform software applications of the Navy into tailored systems that can support new specific missions. The new approach will […] More
GrammaTech has secured an $8 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate for the creation of a repeatable methodology to test, evaluate and modernize analyze tools used to detect software vulnerabilities. DHS said the company will support the Static Tool Analysis Modernization Project that seeks to mitigate potential weaknesses in software programs before a developer  implements the platform. […] More
GrammaTech has been selected to develop a software assurance assessment system for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency in an effort to help software users determine the effectiveness of their tools. Under the Grafting Vulnerabilities for Configurable Cyber Defense project, GrammaTech’s research intends to create benchmarks for evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of software tools, […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded a contract to GrammaTech to research and develop an analysis tool for use in detecting denial-of-service threats in software under the Space/Time Analysis for Cybersecurity platform. The contract calls for the creation of a technology that would detect two types of DoS vulnerabilities that allow network attackers to […] More

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has chosen seven companies for the small business track of the Artificial Intelligence Cyber Challenge. The competing small businesses were evaluated by the Air Force Research Laboratory, the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering and the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health, DARPA said Monday.

DARPA will be represented by Kathleen Fisher, director of the Information Innovation Office, at the Potomac Officers Club's 5th Annual Artificial Intelligence Summit on March 21. Register now!


The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has awarded five companies research contracts under a potential four-year program that seeks to develop a technology designed to counter cyber attackers by exploiting their cognitive weaknesses through cyberpsychology combined with traditional cybersecurity practices.

Join the Potomac Officers Club's 2024 Cyber Summit on June 6 and hear cyber experts, government and industry leaders discuss the latest trends and the dynamic role of cyber in the public sector. Register here.

Thirteen small businesses have received $1.3 million in total preliminary funds from the Department of Homeland Security to develop cybersecurity tools and related methods across four research topics. DHS’ science and technology directorate made the awards through the Small Business Innovation Research program, the department said Friday. Celerity Government Solutions, Digital Bazaar, Narf Industries and Respect […] More
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