Security Solutions at KDMS2™
Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) Support
KDMS2 specializes in the provision of cutting-edge Cyber Security Solutions/Services in support of our customers (i.e., US Government, Department of Defense components and acquisitions programs, Intelligence Agencies, and the Warfighter). Our expertise includes but is not limited to basic and applied research, the design, development, and integration of innovative capabilities, lab-based and site-based security tests and evaluations, data and attack risk analysis, vulnerability identification and threat detection, risk assessments, cyber-offense/defense techniques, and subject matter expertise in various aspects of program/mission end-to-end Cyber Security Engineering support. Our SETA support services require that we partner closely with government personnel; we bring experienced technical assets to support the objectives of Government program leads, managers, and engineers in their effort to provide Cyber-Solutions to the warfighter.
If you have any questions about our SETA services and interests, give us a call at (717) 212-2417 or fill out our contact form here.
As a small U.S. high-tech business, KDMS2 engages in research activities on behalf of Federal and DoD agencies. The company frequently participates in SBIR/STTR programs, teaming with academia and government research organizations in response to Federal agency solicitations for basic and applied R&D topics.
In this activity our science and engineering staff members generate proposals that present innovative approaches and solutions related to SBIR/STTR topics, to demonstrate their technical merit, feasibility and commercial potential.
KDMS2 continues to survey SBIR/STTR topics that both challenge our expertise and present opportunities to collaborate with others in government, business and academia, as part of the proposal generation process.
If you have any questions about our SBIR/STTR services and interests, give us a call at (717) 212-2417 or fill out our contact form here.