Sealing Technologies wins $168M Marine Corps cyber contract / Yuichiro Chino

The veteran-owned small business will help develop new systems to analyze vulnerabilities.

Sealing Technologies has won a five-year, $168.5 million task order to help the Marine Corps integrate a new set of systems and tools for carrying out defensive cyber operations.

The Marine Corps received five offers for the order it awarded through the General Services Administration’s e-Buy portal, according to the Pentagon's Thursday awards digest.

Columbia, Maryland-headquartered SealingTech will work with the Marine Corps to develop self-contained defense cyber weapons systems for teams responsible for analyzing vulnerabilities, mapping the overall network terrain and responding to incidents.

SealingTech was founded in 2012 as a veteran-owned small business that also focuses on programs for signals intelligence, cloud computing, mobile device and network security, and cross-domain solutions.