The Office of Naval Research in Arlington, VA, has awarded Verus Research a new contract to apply the Company’s predictive effects methodologies in support of the nation’s cyber mission. The 3-year effort, totaling $430,000 with all options exercised, seeks to develop novel measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT) techniques that will influence the susceptibility of electronic targets to radio frequency energy. This program will be performed in collaboration with various stakeholders, including United States Cyber Command.
Chief Technology Officer, Dr. J. Mark DelGrande, noted the award “continues to grow the Company’s efforts in cutting-edge approaches for cyber and electronic warfare . . . and advance the research and development capabilities of Verus Research into new and exciting applications.”