Sunnyvale, Calif. — January 22, 2020 – Mocana Corporation (Mocana) recently announced the company has been awarded a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract in the Open Topic Category by the United States Air Force. The Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) and AFWERX have partnered to streamline the SBIR process in an attempt to speed up the experience, broaden the pool of potential applicants and decrease bureaucratic overhead. Under this contract, Mocana will provide Cyber Protection Solutions for Air Force strategic and mission critical systems.
Mocana provides on-device protection with a services platform to protect devices, manage the security lifecycle of the devices, and collect and analyze data derived from the device to provide trusted device intelligence.
The Department of Defense (DoD) plans to spend approximately $1.66 Trillion dollars to develop its portfolio of major weapons systems. Yet, a recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) report stated that every software enabled weapon system tested between 2012-2017 can be hacked. In a mission critical environment, it is imperative that the systems relied upon by warfighters remain available, operational and functionally sound. Mocana’s Cyber Protection solutions protect these mission critical infrastructures and IOT devices.
Utilizing Mocana’s TrustCenter™ and TrustPoint™ solutions:
About Mocana Corporation
Mocana helps device operators bridge the adoption challenge between device vendors and service providers, and enables digital transformation with the emerging 5G network, edge cloud and SD-WAN. The company protects the content delivery supply chain and device lifecycle for tamper-resistance from manufacture to end of life, with root-of-trust and chain-of-trust anchors. Mocana measures the device for sustained integrity and for trustworthiness of operations and data to power AI/ML analytics. Mocana’s team of security professionals works with semiconductor vendors and certificate authorities to integrate with emerging technologies to comply with data privacy and protection standards. The goal of cyber protection as a service is to eliminate the initial cost of modernization for device vendors and empower service providers to offer subscription-based services for the effective and efficient digital transformation of things. Mocana’s core technology protects more than 100 million devices today and is trusted by over 200 of the largest energy, government, healthcare, manufacturing, IoT, telecommunications & networking, and transportation companies globally. Learn more at https://www.mocana.com.
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