ManTech has opened a new Cyber Innovation Center in Florida to build advanced cyber warfare capabilities for an Army office.
The new facility is in Naval Support Activity Orlando at Central Florida Research Park and aims to drive rapid development of cutting-edge training capabilities that ensure tactical advantage in real-time cyber combat.
Tim Bishop, deputy program executive officer of U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation, joins Matt Tait, president of ManTech’s Mission Solutions & Services Group, and Andrew Twomey, MSS senior vice president and general manager, defense, addressed an open house to inaugurate the new center.
“ManTech is Bringing Digital to the MissionTM to equip next generation cyber warriors with the full range of cyber warfare capabilities essential to victory in today’s Fifth Domain battle space,” Twomey said. “ManTech’s Cyber Innovation Center will develop the advanced training cyber warriors need to protect vital military assets.”