KEYW acquires Columbia cyber security company

Hanover defense contractor buys 10th company in under three years

April 01, 2011|By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun

KEYW Corp., a Hanover-based cybersecurity company that works with the United States military and defense contractors, said Friday it bought a privately held cybersecurity company in Columbia for $13 million. KEYW acquired JKA Technologies Inc., a nine-year-old company that offers network engineering, information assurance and software engineering. JKA had revenues of $13 million last year. It is the 10th company acquired by KEYW, which went public last year, since it was formed in August 2008.

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