GrammaTech wins $1m in DARPA AI Cyber Challenge for innovation.

March 14, 2024
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  • GrammaTech, a cybersecurity service provider, wins $1m in DARPA AI Cyber Challenge
  • The team collaborated with Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Virginia

GrammaTech, a prominent cybersecurity service and software development tool provider, has secured a significant achievement by winning $1m in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)’s Artificial Intelligence Cyber Challenge (AIxCC). The company, in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Virginia, excelled in the competition’s Small Business Track, placing among the top seven contenders. This victory not only brings financial benefits but also secures their place in the AIxCC Semifinal Competition (ASC), showcasing their potential for leading innovations in cybersecurity. GrammaTech’s core focus on AI-driven technologies positions them as leaders in addressing modern software system cybersecurity challenges. Ray DeMeo, Chief Growth Officer at GrammaTech, emphasized the team’s talent and technology, highlighting their ability to identify vulnerabilities, automate remediation, and enhance security across software, firmware, and microelectronics. This recognition reflects GrammaTech’s reputation for solving complex cybersecurity problems and propels their growth in offering advanced solutions for enhancing cybersecurity measures.

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