The Internet and Cybersecurity Research Department (ICRD) of the LGS Innovations Government Communications Lab has a broad charter to investigate security-related technology as it relates to IP networks. Most of the work focuses on cyber activities including network reconnaissance and mapping, fingerprinting, red team mission planning, network forensics, malware analysis, software protection, and network architecture, design, and implementation.
The ICRD is comprised of experienced scientists and engineers, including Ph.D.s and other professionals with advanced degrees in computer science, mathematics, physics, and operations research; many also have CISSP certifications.
The ICRD includes an Internet Research Laboratory (IRL) which serves as a cybersecurity technology development and test facility for systems, tools, technologies, and processes for cyber-related applications. The IRL network can be configured to emulate various network architectures, such as those a typical U.S. Federal Government agency might deploy, in order to research, develop, and test network facilities. This insight helps LGS Innovations learn how to identify threats and risks that could potentially harm a government agency network and develop products, services, and solutions to prevent such attacks from occurring in a real-world setting.
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Herndon, VA 20171
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