MacAulay-Brown: Securing the Nation against Threats
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MacAulay-Brown: Securing the Nation against Threats

Sid Fuchs, President & CEO, MacAulay BrownSid Fuchs, President & CEO
U.S. is confronting the explosion of terrorism based activities like planning, plotting, propaganda and training on the internet and social media websites. Cyber attacks and cyber threats are also rising simultaneously with an intention to cause damage to the government infrastructure. Soon after the 9/11 attacks, Department of Homeland Security embarked upon latest technologies to enhance aviation, border and internal security measures. With the government agencies looking for a committed technology adviser who can shoulder security management with ease and on an outsourced basis, MacAulay-Brown is filling in with its solutions to understand the strategic and tactical threat environments. The company’s advanced engineering services and product solutions have more than three decades of experience and are uniquely qualified to combat with the 21st century threats and can respond to the man-made and natural disasters. “We are proud of the role we continue to play in our Nation’s defense and work hard each day to help our customers achieve mission success,” delineates, Sid Fuchs, President and CEO, MacAulay-Brown.

Founded with the mission to provide technological brilliance in the national security arena, MacAulay- Brown holds a long history in working with the integrated employment of Electronic Warfare (EW), Computer Network Operations (CNO), Military Information Support Operations (MISO), Military Deception (MILDEC) and Operations Security (OPSEC) mission areas.

Adding credence to the security services is MacAulay-Brown’s EW expertise that help in supporting the nation’s crucial EW initiatives. For the same, the firm designs, delivers and supports techniques and equipments to prevent the enemies from attacking the nation’s assets. MacAulay-Brown’s EW protects the critical assets from electronic warfare that could possibly degrade, damage the infrastructure. MacAulay-Brown also provides research and development, weapon systems acquisition, test and evaluation, maintenance support and training to enhance the capabilities in military advancements and warfare effectiveness in the field.


We are proud of the role we continue to play in our Nation’s defense and work hard each day to help our customers achieve mission success


To MacAulay-Brown’s additional advantage is their workforce, most of whom have operational experience as former members of the Intelligence Community (IC), military or other related government service in the areas of intelligence and analysis in order to defend the nation.

U.S. has been the largest cyber threat zone in the world with innumerable identified attacks than any other countries in the world. Every year Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) activity targets the important government infrastructure and these attacks only seem to be growing in numbers and sophistication. MacAulay- Brown therefore provides with the Active Security Monitoring (ASM) which is the analytical and reporting activity that has been especially tailored around compliance controls. ASM has been designed to evaluate customer’s current security posture against evolving cyber threat landscape.

MacAulay-Brown also provides integrated cyber services and solutions in order to fortify the U.S. Federal Government, Intelligence and the Department of Defense (DoD). The services are exclusively designed to recognize, respond and neutralize cyber threats, alongside identifying and exploiting the vulnerabilities in target proven environments. The firm offers offensive and defensive engineering and analysis capabilities, reverse engineering, modeling and simulation, and testing and training of cyber solutions.

After attaining market foothold with its wide array of services, MacAulay- Brown has helped numerous customers to prevent security related threats. The firm is now working towards enhancing productivity and profitability in its advanced engineering services. “We are hopeful for the future and plan to invest more attention on our growth strategies,” concludes Fuchs.