Peraton will deliver next-generation forensic analysis and malware reverse engineering
HERNDON, VA — July 30, 2018 – Peraton has been awarded a strategic $9.45M contract by the Department of Justice to further enhance intrusion analysis capabilities and improve malware triage through automation, helping analysts respond quickly and efficiently to potential threats.
“Countering sophisticated cyber threats requires advanced technical capabilities that are executed within a high tempo mission environment,” said Roger Mason, president, Space, Intelligence, and Cyber sector. “We’re honored to be selected by the Department for our next-generation capabilities that prevent cyber attacks and help keep vital information flowing.”
Through deep dive forensic analysis and malware reverse engineering, Peraton analysts will engage cutting-edge tools and techniques to determine the specifics of computer and network intrusions, and conduct full life cycle analysis of digital media. Specialized engineers will support the mission through the design, development, and maintenance of a malware triage and repository system.
For decades, Peraton has delivered advanced data analysis and correlation capabilities across disparate stakeholders including defense, civilian and intelligence agencies, and law enforcement.
Peraton provides innovative, reliable solutions to the nation’s most sensitive and mission-critical programs and systems. As a trusted provider of highly differentiated space, intelligence, cyber/SIGINT, defense, electronic warfare, homeland security, and secure communications capabilities, Peraton is a critical partner to the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and select federal agencies and commercial entities. Headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, the company employs approximately 3,500 people across the U.S. and Canada.
Director of Strategic Communications