Iron Bow will leverage the US Army’s cybersecurity platform


The US military has selected software company Iron Bow Technologies to operate its AttackIQ cybersecurity platform for the next three years.

AttackIQ’s Security Optimization Platform enables the military to deploy a threat simulation capability that generates real-time performance data to develop a strategic defense posture for critical situations.

“Continuous validation of AttackIQ platform security controls gives our security teams real-time, data-driven visibility into whether their controls are operating as intended, enabling uninterrupted verification of program health at large scale and in an automated way,” said the U.S. Army Lt. Col. Dakota Steedsman said.

The platform is the first breach and attack simulation platform to receive the “Assess Only Authority to Operate” designation.

Provide agile solutions

Iron Bow has partnered with cybersecurity analytics provider KAIROS to launch the project.

“Our ability to deliver agile, flexible, and modular solutions like AttackIQ enables us to not only help DoD leaders achieve their goals, but also exceed cyber outcomes for the future,” said President and CEO. the management of Iron Bow. Rene LaVigne said.


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