HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Massachusetts – The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Electronic Systems Development Division here and Carbon Black, a locally-based security company, signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement last month to improve cybersecurity for the Hanscom Collaboration and Innovation Center. This agreement will allow Carbon Black to deploy their advanced endpoint security technology on the HCIC’s network to leverage identification, prevention, tracking and responses related to endpoint cybersecurity activity.
The HCIC serves as a collaborative testing and development arena for leading-edge advances in defense applications, cyber defenses and public safety. Carbon Black, based in Waltham, Massachusetts, is known for its work in endpoint next-generation security. Endpoint devices such as laptop and desktop computers are vulnerable to cyberattacks and technology is required to prevent and reduce cyber intrusions and threats for computer networks that connect to these devices.
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