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Metova
Posted by Metova
September 27, 2016

Announcing the Arkansas Goes Boom Podcast

A Behind the Scenes View into Innovative Arkansas Tech Culture

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sep. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Innovate Arkansas, an initiative that helps scale promising Arkansas technology ventures, today officially launched the Arkansas Goes Boom Podcast, a series of personal interviews with the CEOs, tech leaders, marketers and founders who are fueling Arkansas's thriving technology and startup culture. Arkansas has a rich history of entrepreneurs whose businesses have shaped not only the state, but the nation and the world. A new generation of entrepreneurs is emerging from the shadows of Walmart, Tyson Foods, JB Hunt and other legendary brands famous to Arkansas. The Arkansas Goes Boom podcast is inspired by this generation of dreamers and risk takers and offers a resource for anyone in Arkansas that aspires to own their own business, currently does own their own business, or just loves a good story. Produced by Metova for Innovate Arkansas, interview highlights include Gov. Asa Hutchinson on technology in the state; Mary Dunlap, Director of the Arkansas Coding Academy; Mike Rasmussen, CEO and founder at Eyenalyze, as well as interviews with the marketers and developers working in Arkansas' tech sector. To listen to Arkansas Goes Boom segments, please visit the iTunes store at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arkansas-goes-boom/id1092875570 "Our team is working with Arkansas startup businesses everyday to grow and create well-paying Arkansas jobs. This podcast series is a great way to get to know some of the businesses we help accelerate, to learn more about what Innovate Arkansas does and to understand how we might be able to help your business scale,"

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Metova
Posted by Metova
August 18, 2016

We Equip the World’s Next-Gen Cyber Defenders

It’s been an eventful month for Metova CyberCENTS.

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Metova
Posted by Metova
August 17, 2016

US Navy Persistent Cyber Training Environment

Metova CyberCENTS Cyber Range Technology Selected for US Navy Persistent Cyber Training Environment

$2.5M Procurement Provides US Navy with Metova CyberCENTS’ Turn-Key Cyber Range and Persistent Training Environment Solution for the Navy Cyber Operations Training Simulator Program

Cabot, AR, August 18, 2016 - Metova CyberCENTS®, the cutting-edge authority in cybersecurity simulation and training and a Cybersecurity 500 honoree, today announced their selection as the cyber range persistent training environment (PTE) provider for the US Navy Cyber Operations Training Simulator (NCOTS) program.

The Metova Cyberoperations Enhanced Network and Training Simulator (CENTS®) platform provides the Navy with a turn-key cyber range persistent training environment that creates a realistic, resettable and safe network environment emulating Navy networks. The Navy Cyber Operations Training Simulator will be inclusive of cyber range builds for the Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC), the Network Operations Center (NOC), as well as ship environments. The cyber range will provide a full-time persistent training environment for the training and certification of Navy Cryptologic Technicians, Information Systems Technicians, Navy Teams (Red Team, Blue Team), Training and Assessment Visit Team as well as a NCDOC watch focused on cyber protection team missions and defensive cyber operations.

Metova CyberCENTS CYNTRS® platform will support both NCDOC and NOC functions. NCDOC and NOC range components will be interconnected to the five ship ranges provided by Metova’s HOTSIM®. The ship simulators will be able to function as part of the NCDOC and NOC interconnection, or each ship can function as a stand-alone range – permitting focused training for missions. Metova CyberCENTS’ Navy Cyber Operations Training Simulator solution will provide persistent training environments for echelon 2 and 3 of the Navy cyber workforce.

“These latest Metova CyberCENTS offerings provide a robust persistent training environment for cyber threat simulation and network emulation with a tailored Navy specific functionality and design required by Navy cyber forces” said Bill Dunn, president of Metova CyberCENTS. “We look forward to serving the US Navy’s Cyber Operations Training Simulator Program for training, testing and exercising cyberspace operations.”

Metova CyberCENTS’ CYNTRS and HOTSIM make up the hardware and virtual machine components for NCOTS providing the capabilities that bring a cyber range to life. The SLAM-R® hardware appliance provides VM/device management, a functioning Internet “grey space” with websites and social media, RFC compliant traffic generation and an event and attack framework for building scenarios and creating traffic profiles. Metova CyberCENTS Range Global Internet serves as the interconnecting hub where Navy Cyber Operations Training Simulator elements are integrated together for virtual dispersed global operations.

For more information on offerings including CENTS, CYNTRS, SLAM-R and RGI, or to schedule a demo please visit www.Cybercents.com

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Metova
Posted by Metova
August 9, 2016

WUSTL Security Roundtable and Cyber Defense Event

Metova to lead Washington University Students at The Technology & Leadership Center Security Roundtable

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Metova
Posted by Metova
July 26, 2016

CyberCENTS Selected for Air National Guard Cyber Training

$3.8M Procurement Provides Air National Guard Cyber Forces with a distributed Cyber Range to Support Exercises, Conduct Training and Maintain Cyber Mission Ready Proficiency

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Metova
Posted by Metova
July 20, 2016

Introducing The Arkansas Coding Academy

Arkansas's First Coding Academy to Build the Next Generation Skilled Workforce Addressing the Nationwide Demand for Coding Expertise

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Metova
Posted by Metova
July 8, 2016

New On-Campus Intern Office at The University of Central Arkansas

New Office to Provide Hands-on Opportunities for the Next-Generation Skilled Technology Workforce – Right on UCA Campus

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Metova
Posted by Metova
May 5, 2016

Metova CyberCENTS Granted Patent for Cyber Attack Engine

Cabot, AR, Feb. 24, 2016 - Metova CyberCENTS®, a leader in cybersecurity simulation and training, today announced their Myrmidon Attack Framework was granted U.S. Patent No. 9,246,768 covering Systems and Methods for a Simulated Network Attack Generator. Specific innovations patented include: bot-based attacks, attribution to virtual users on the network, event and scenario creation and storing, automatic execution, as well as the actual effects the framework has on a network. The patent was formally submitted on June 18, 2009 making Myrmidon technology the first to market and CENTS® the first commercial platform to offer this unique type of cyber-training capabilities.

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Metova
Posted by Metova
May 5, 2016

Metova CyberCENTS Announces SLAM-R Update

Updated SLAM-R Sets New Bar for Cybersecurity Preparedness

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Metova
Posted by Metova
April 13, 2016

Metova Acquires Clocktower Media

We are very excited to have Clocktower join Metova. The Clocktower team are experts at their craft and we are looking forward to expanding our skilllset with them. Soon we expect to be able to offer our customers the same level of expertise in marketing as they currently receive in design and development!

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Metova
Posted by Metova
April 6, 2016

Metova CyberCENTS Named on CyberSecurity 500

Cybersecurity Pioneer Ranked #1 for Cyber Range Category

 

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Metova
Posted by Metova
February 16, 2016

Metova Inc. Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Fayetteville Office

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FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas (February 12, 2016) – Governor Asa Hutchinson joined leaders from Metova Inc. for a ribbon cutting at the company’s new Fayetteville location. Metova focuses on creating mobile, web, and cybersecurity solutions having worked with companies including Yelp, Dropbox, eHarmony, Eddie Bauer, Dunkin Donuts, Dartmouth, the U.S. Army Cyber Battle Lab, and the UK Government Communications Headquarters.

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