Applied Communication Sciences Receives Department of Energy Grant for Groundbreaking Cyber Security Energy Infrastructure Research
The Department of Energy has awarded ACS a grant to accelerate the development of advanced security monitoring capabilities to help protect the nation's new Smart Meter infrastructure against cyber attack.
ACS unveils two new solutions to address increasing demands for secure storage of sensitive data in smart devices and secure, seamless data session connectivity in mobile networks.
The U.S. Army has awarded ACS the contract option to continue the development of advanced networking capabilities for the Multi-Access Cellular Extension program.
Applied Communication Sciences Deploys Industry’s First SecureSmart Mobile Monitoring Probes for Field Area Network Security and Operations
ACS announces the release and first deployment of its innovative mobile Field Area Network monitoring probes for utility Smart Grid security monitoring and operations of Advanced Metering Infrastructure and Distribution Automation networks.
After 20 years with the SI, Bill Graham will retire, effective July 1, 2013. Mac Curtis has been named the SI's new President and CEO.
Formerly the research and engineering arm of Telcordia Technologies and with its origins tracing back to Bell Laboratories, ACS brings key capabilities including cyber security, network communications and other leading-edge technologies key to critical infrastructure protection and optimization.
Former NGA Director for Online GEOINT Services is named the SI's CTO
The SI today announced a mentor-protege agreement with ISYS Technologies under the Department of Homeland Security Mentor-Protege program.
Former Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Collection becomes the SI's ninth corporate advisor.