Jacobs has acquired cyber and intelligence specialist, The Buffalo Group, adding to Jacobs’ portfolio of national priority mission-focused, government solutions in the cyber domain and the Intelligence Community (IC). The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Based in Reston, Va., The Buffalo Group brings high-impact analytical and technology capabilities to the United States Intelligence Community for key missions across multi-domains including cyber, ground, sea, airborne and space. The Buffalo Group’s mission-critical solutions are designed to solve complex national priorities and security challenges in the areas of advanced analytics, advanced targeting, cybersecurity, cloud mitigation, DevSecOps (Development, Security and Operations), identity intelligence and biometrics, human intelligence, open-source and social media analysis, geospatial intelligence, cyber threat intelligence and artificial intelligence/machine learning.
“Defending our nation against adversarial threats is growing in complexity. The Buffalo Group’s leading cyber and intelligence capabilities further strengthens our suite of national priority solutions across integrated multi-domain environments,” said Jacobs Chair and CEO Steve Demetriou. “Like Jacobs, The Buffalo Group has a proven track record of winning multibillion-dollar full and open enterprise contracts. Under the leadership of Caesar Nieves as head of our new Cyber and Intelligence business, the combination of Jacobs and The Buffalo Group will provide additional opportunities across the Intelligence Community, Combatant Commands and the U.S. Army.”