Huntsville, Alabama, December 23, 2020 – Trideum Corporation announced today that funding for enhanced weapon system cybersecurity testing was included in the 2021 Defense Appropriations bill that was part of an Omnibus Appropriations package passed by Congress this week. “Trideum Corporation has been a strong advocate for cybersecurity for the U.S. Army and we would like to recognize Senator Richard Shelby for his efforts in securing funding for these critical efforts,” said Kurt Lessmann, CTO of Trideum Corporation. “Senator Shelby’s support has been critical to advancing test technologies that significantly enhance cybersecurity for U.S Army weapon systems. Trideum is a proud advocate for the Army and we thank Senator Shelby for his leadership and dedicated work on behalf of our nation’s defense, for his unwavering support of our warfighters and for his tireless efforts on behalf of north Alabama. These funds will provide research and development capabilities needed to enhance cybersecurity testing that will improve cyber resiliency across Army acquisition. “
Trideum Corporation is a privately owned and operated small business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama. The company was founded in 2005. Trideum specializes in test and evaluation, modeling and simulation, systems analysis, and information technology. Trideum has a broad range of engineering expertise gained through hands-on program execution. Our expertise ranges from technology research and development to engineering analysis and design performed at the system, subsystem, and/or component levels. Trideum has a broad range of engineering disciplines and specialties: aerospace, computer, database, electrical, mechanical, network, software, and systems. For more information about Trideum Corporation, contact Kurt Lessmann at 256-527-8502, or visit our website at Home – Trideum Corporation.
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