Today, Nozomi Networks announces its selection by AFWERX for a $1.25 million SBIR Phase II contract, aiming to enhance cyber defenses within the Department of the Air Force using its Guardian technology platforms.

The contract aligns Nozomi Networks with the Air Force Research Laboratory and AFWERX, improving the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) processes.

These changes aim to speed up contract awards and expand opportunities for small businesses. The DAF introduced the Open Topic SBIR/STTR program in 2018, broadening the range of innovations eligible for funding.

Furthermore, Nozomi Networks will focus on developing AI-powered solutions that ensure optimal visibility of OT & IoT assets, precise threat detection, and robust data analysis.

This effort is crucial for minimizing cyber risks and enhancing operational resilience.

"We are proud to support the Air Force's mission to maintain superior cyber defenses," stated Edgard Capdevielle, CEO of Nozomi Networks.


With its expertise in securing critical infrastructure, Nozomi Networks is ready to improve cybersecurity measures for the Air Force. This partnership shows a dedicated effort to strengthen national defense capabilities against evolving cyber threats.

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