FALLS CHURCH, Va., March 17 (UPI) -- U.S. company Computer Sciences Corp. has established a new virtual cybersecurity center in a move to help counter cyber warfare threats for clients.
CSC said the center -- which will include the company's Innovation Laboratory, Infrastructure Laboratory and Service Oriented Architecture Center of Excellence -- will simulate cyber threats and potential security solutions.
Company officials said the security center would support security infrastructure, information assurance and identity management through understanding of information technology vulnerabilities.
"Cyber warfare is one of the biggest threats to America, and CSC is applying our proven expertise and global capabilities to help government and commercial customers protect their networks," James Sheaffer, CSC North American public-sector line of business president, said in a statement.
"This new virtual facility will allow our customers to witness threats and see how effectively our programs engage to block potentially devastating intrusions."