November 07, 2019
McLean, Va. – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) awarded Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) a $116 million contract over 7 years to provide advanced cyber analysis and security services. DOE is responsible for the protection of vital national security information and technologies, representing intellectual property of incalculable value throughout nearly thirty sites and laboratories nationwide.
Within the scope of this contract, Booz Allen will conduct penetration testing on enterprise network assets, operate a highly efficient incident response and monitoring program, respond to crises or urgent situations, and provide critical risk and vulnerability assessments. Booz Allen will concurrently collaborate with the greater community for information that reveals potential vulnerabilities within DOE networks.
“Booz Allen has extensive experience working with cyber and security entities across the U.S. government,” said Senior Vice President Mark Gamis at Booz Allen. “Our deep bench of cyber analysis and security experts will provide the Department of Energy with state-of-the-art capabilities that will help achieve the Department’s mission and strategic goals.”
Read more about Booz Allen’s experience in protecting the U.S. government from cyber threats here.