San Diego, Calif. – October 22, 2021 – ObjectSecurity, The Security Automation Company, today announced that it has been selected for a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract from the US Army. As stated in the original solicitation entitled, “Mission Based Forecasting Logistics Enterprise Enhancement Platform”, the Phase I SBIR effort entitled, “Mission Based Forecasting Logistics Enterprise Enhancement Platform (MBF-LEEP)” [1], the focus of the effort is “to develop a software solution that provides an updated UI/UX for tactical ERP systems, integrates the ERP data set to offer in depth data analytics, provides AI/ML analysis capabilities, and/or delivers Mission Based Forecasting (MBF) for Commanders to support operational planning requirements”[2]. ObjectSecurity will “design proof of concept solution that updates and improves the tactical ERP UI/UX and integrates ERP data to provide analytics and predictions” [2].

The award of this Phase I SBIR award is an important milestone for ObjectSecurity and underscores the strength of our science innovation that underwent rigorous peer review. This award in particular underscores the relevance and quality of our SCRAMS/easySCRAMS [3] supply chain risk analysis product, which itself was commercialized out of a prior SBIR and an AFWERX Challenge. This award allows us to prioritize research efforts into needed features for the Army and others,” said Ulrich Lang, CEO of ObjectSecurity. “SBIR contracts allow us to research and develop advanced concepts that feed into rapid product development, enabling us to commercialize next-generation innovative products that will bring tremendous value to the US Army and our customers across all industries. Most of our solutions leverage state-of-the art approaches such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML). We are committed to leading this initiative with the Army to protect the soldier’s systems from adversaries by delivering advanced next-generation technology solutions.”

The federally-funded Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) / Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program is a highly competitive program that encourages domestic small businesses to engage in research and development that has significant potential for commercialization of innovative products, and their eventual transition into the US Army’s programs. The program’s chief role is to bridge the gap between the performance of basic science and the commercialization of resulting innovations.

About ObjectSecurity

ObjectSecurity LLC is The Security Automation Company. A privately held company based in San Diego, CA, ObjectSecurity’s mission is to reduce cybersecurity effort, complexity, and cost through innovative cybersecurity automation technologies, including security policy automation, supply chain risk analysis automation, and vulnerability assessment automation.

  1. Supply chain risk analysis automation: ObjectSecurity SCRAMS analyzes procurement data and microelectronics for supply chain risks. In 2019, we added analysis support for SAP, and circuit board risk analysis as a finalist at an AFWERX Challenge.
  2. “AI hacker” automation: ObjectSecurity VAPTBOX, an ongoing commercialization of the just-funded SBIR Phase II, is an intelligent automated vulnerability assessor and penetration tester that uses artificial intelligence to adapt. In 2019, we received a multi-million, multi-year government investment to fully develop VAPTBOX.
  3. Security policy automation: ObjectSecurity OpenPMF offers powerful yet manageable technical security policy implementation. In 2019, we improved user and dev experience, and increased the reach of our consistent “umbrella” platform – covering people, process, tech layers, and policies (ABAC & more). ObjectSecurity was selected “Cool Vendor” by Gartner for OpenPMF.
  4. Trusted AI: ObjectSecurity’s tools and technologies help organizations leverage Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) with assurance during development and operation.


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