MacB to support Big Data Platform capabilities for U.S. Cyber Command
DAYTON, Ohio. U.S Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) officials tapped Enlighten IT Consulting (EITC), a MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) company, to deliver sustainment support for Big Data Platform (BDP) capabilities and engineering services for the Cyber National Mission Force (CNMF).
Enlighten’s efforts under this contract will include prototyping of the Cyber Unified Platform to help deliver these innovations to Department of Defense warfighters. EITC cybersecurity experts, data scientists, and cloud software engineers will focus on delivering mission-critical capabilities by adapting and enhancing the existing BDP deployed to the commercial cloud environment.
Tasks will include the processing and storing of packet capture (PCAP), development of cyber analytics to identify suspicious and anomalous activity, big data cyber hunting, data acquisition and enhancement of the BDP tool suite. Additionally, EITC technical experts will conduct user testing activities with cyber protection and network defense teams, as well as the broader cyber community of Unified Platform stakeholders.