The value and length of the contract, issued for a Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC) project called ARMOUR, were not disclosed.
ARMOUR is to integrate leading-edge network cyber assessment tools to proactively deal with cyber-vulnerabilities and mitigate attacks in real time. The system to be developed will also generate optimized courses of action to combat potential future threats, General Dynamics Canada said.
"Cybersecurity is a growing concern for the governments and militaries of today," says David Ibbetson, vice president, General Dynamics C4 Systems -- International. "Drawing on our experience developing secure defense networks for customers around the world, General Dynamics Canada will demonstrate a solution for protecting DND's networks, helping to safeguard mission-critical information."
General Dynamics Canada is part of General Dynamics C4 Systems.
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