Noblis Inc., National Security Partners join forces

Noblis Inc. says it has enhanced its cyber-security solutions for government agencies with the acquisition of National Security Partners LLC in a transaction of undisclosed terms.
By Richard Tomkins   |   June 3, 2014 at 11:17 AM   |   Comments

FALLS CHURCH, Va., June 3 (UPI) -- Non-profit technology company Noblis Inc. has taken over National Security Partners, enhancing its multi-disciplinary solutions for cyber security.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

"NSP has a first class and respected reputation in the cyber intelligence space," said L. Roger Mason, Jr., Noblis' senior vice president, National Security and Intelligence. "As the new cornerstone of Noblis' cyber intelligence capabilities, we will now be able to integrate NSP's skills with our other national security capabilities in the areas of overhead/airborne ISR, identity intelligence, counter WMD, big data analytics, homeland security, and the agile development of law enforcement IT systems.

"Tackling today's complex national security challenges demands that we marshal the best of our skills across diverse domains and this new team is poised to help address those toughest problems."

Added NSP Chief Executive Officer Leslee Belluchie: "We are very excited to be joining the Noblis family. "NSP is a company ready to meet the missions of today and prepare for the challenges of tomorrow."

NSP provides full mission support to the country's intelligence community. Its services include geospatial technology.

Noblis is a non-profit science, technology, and strategy organization.

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