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Air Force seeks software that predicts cyberattacks

January 9, 2017 (Photo Credit: KrulUA/Getty Images via iStockphoto)
Sotera has been awarded a $9.8 million Air Force contract to develop software that will predict cyberattacks.

Under the contract, which aims to develop a predictive analysis software prototype, Sotera will "develop capabilities allowing for multi-source data fusion, predicting malicious cyber operator activities, and serving as the architect and integrator of the experimental software prototype," according to the Department of Defense contract announcement.

The contract is scheduled to be completed by July 2021. The contract was awarded by Air Force Research Laboratory.

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