TASC recently opened its newly renovated San Antonio facility, which acts as a cyber security laboratory, as well as a 70-person training center for TASC experts to earn professional certifications and stay ahead of emerging technologies.
“San Antonio has been a major base of operations for TASC since we first opened our doors here in 1996,” says Rick Wagner, senior vice president of TASC’s Defense Group. “Our investment in these facilities is just one example of the continued investments we make to meet the evolving challenges our customers face.”
More than 100 TASC scientists and engineers in San Antonio are supporting government customers, including the Air Force, in a number of domains such as cyber security, bio-sciences and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.
“Protecting critical infrastructure systems such as power and water from cyber-attacks is a high priority for our nation’s cities,” says Shane Curtis, regional director of TASC in San Antonio. “Our new test laboratory is an isolated virtual environment that allows us to replicate network architectures to safely and efficiently assess vulnerabilities and develop the right cyber-protection strategies for civilian, defense and intelligence systems.”