Security Cooperation and Threat Reduction
Enhancing Global Security by Building Partner Capacity
Cambridge was founded with a vision to support U.S. Security Cooperation, Building Partner Capacity (BPC) efforts, and other missions that counter threats to national security. We have stayed true to that calling for three decades, applying our expertise to combat a broad spectrum of global issues including counter illicit-trafficking, cyber-attacks, illegal finance networks, narcotics trafficking, nuclear threats, and terrorism. We bolster Partner Nation (PN) capabilities and support Proliferation Prevention Programs (PPP) through BPC training, hands-on mentorship, foreign military sales (FMS), and technical services. Our solutions, processes, and resources have evolved alongside Security Cooperation requirements. In the physical world, our bilingual experts often provide mentorship throughout daily operations while embedded in-country with PN military personnel. In the cyber realm, Cambridge experts apply advanced threat analytics to counter cyber and hybrid threat warfare and provide allied cyber security training support to PN security forces.
Security Cooperation and Threat Reduction Mission Related Capabilities:
- Counter-Threat Systems and Services
- Domain Awareness Systems
- Information Operations
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management Support
- Maritime Surveillance Systems
- Security Cooperation Office Support
- Specialized Training in Support of Capacity Building
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Cambridge is supporting the U.S. Government’s foreign affairs missions in five African nations by providing tactical equipment and capacity-building training.…