Adventium Technology Highlighted as Air Force Transition Success

Technology developed by Adventium on a Small Business Innovation Research project was featured by the U.S. Air Force as a transition success. This technology allocates cyber defenses to huge networks while making sure that mission requirements are satisfied during deployment and operations. The Cybercraft Architecture Reasoner Inferring Network and Application Environments (CARINAE) technology provides bandwidth, memory, and computational performance assessments for large networks supporting diverse operational missions and defensive applications. This technology is applied in a Phase III SBIR application, an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory, to develop portable introspection and trust-based defenses for large operational networks. The AFRL Information Directorate manages this SBIR project.

To read the success story, please see
www.afsbirsttr.com/Publications/Documents/Transition-081711-Adventium-OSD06-IA5.pdf