ISR firm buys intel community tech provider


Defense ISR company Polaris Alpha has acquired Intelesys Corporation, which provides technology for the U.S. intelligence community.

“Since it was founded in 2004 by Geoffrey Bloom, John Szakmeister and Chris Lewis, Intelesys has played a critical role for the United States Intelligence Community’s mission critical cyber operations,” a Polaris Alpha news release said. “The company has deep expertise in the areas of software engineering, embedded development, network engineering and analysis, reverse engineering and malware analysis. Intelesys is at the forefront of applying high-end capabilities to the most demanding national security issues faced by its customers and is renowned for successes in applying CNO [computer network operations] solutions to help the customer fulfill its mission.”

The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.