WASHINGTON, DC | MARCH 28, 2012 – TAPE and George Mason University’s C4I Center have announced a new cyber security partnership. George Mason University’s C4I Center provides cutting edge research capability and George Mason is the only civilian university with a dedicated C4I Center.
TAPE and the C4I Center will work together to conduct a broad spectrum multi-disciplinary research and development program in C4I, develop an intellectual base for C4I, act as a focus for doctoral research in C4I, provide technical support to industry and government in the C4I area and increase the mission assurance through use of the cyber battle space.
The partnership will have specific focus areas for broad spectrum of research and education across sensing and fusion, command support, communications and signal processing, information system architectures, modeling and simulation and distributed education and training.
“At TAPE, we pride ourselves on our partnerships with leading institutions of higher learning” said Louisa Jaffe, TAPE CEO and President. “TAPE is honored to form this partnership with GMU’s C4I Center. Our objective is to continue to be on the forefront of cyber security,” she added.
TAPE assists customers in safeguarding critical assets by developing a comprehensive, one-stop Cyber Security program aimed at delivering the innovative advanced technology solutions Federal customers need to meet today’s rapidly evolving compliance and threat environments. TAPE’s full-scope Cyber Security services include solutions for: Governance and Reporting, Assessments and Plans, Engineering and Operations.
TAPE is a CVE-Verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned/Woman-Owned Small Business (SDVO/WOSB) headquartered in Kingstowne, Virginia. TAPE is also known for its expertise in Program Management, Acquisition Support, Information Technology, Logistics, Operational Readiness, Training and Education, Cyber Security/Warfare/Operations, and Intelligence.
TAPE maintains its cutting edge in the industry on behalf of its Federal clients, continuing to provide state-of-the-art support. The company’s innovative Rapid Reaction Excellence process (RaRE) ensures rapid delivery of operational readiness solutions to the warfighter. A Center of Cyber Security Excellence provides computer security solutions to the government through TAPE’s CyberForge® services. TAPE has been consistently recognized for superior customer service, timely and high quality deliverables, cost effectiveness, and technologically advanced solutions.
About GMU C4I Center
The C4I Center at George Mason University is the nation’s first and only civilian university-based entity offering a comprehensive academic and research program in military applications of information technology. The center performs research in sensing and fusion, C3 architectures, communications and signal processing, command support and intelligent systems, modeling and simulation, and information systems. The center is allied with multiple academic departments, including Computer Science, Electrical/Computer/Telecommunications Engineering, Statistics, Systems Engineering and Operations Research.
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