Cyabra Listed on GSA Schedule Offering their Disinformation Detection and Sentiment Analysis SaaS to the Public Sector
TEL-AVIV, Israel, May 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cyabra is proud to announce today their addition to the General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) through U.S. partners Winvale and Mosaic. Cyabra is the first and only platform available through GSA that combines social sentiment analysis, deepfake and disinformation detection in one SaaS platform, enabling U.S. government agencies to react in real-time to emerging online threats.
Based in Israel with offices in New York, Cyabra empowers private sector clients and government agencies to combat online disinformation as it spreads in real time, preventing and monitoring interference within elections, government campaigns, public health crises and more. Cyabra’s GSA schedule is offered through Winvale, a U.S. government contractor and consulting firm that works with trusted companies such as Lowes, Palantir, Jacobs and more.
“We understand the need for government agencies to take proactive steps in the war against misinformation and disinformation,” offered Cyabra CEO Dan Brahmy. “Our goal is keeping the internet safe and honest, and we are thrilled to partner with Mosaic and Winvale to empower government agencies to protect public discourse and media consumption.”
Government buyers spend over $30 billion annually through GSA Schedule Contracts. The GSA is one of the most widely used government contract vehicles because it streamlines the government procurement process and can be used by any federal agency and certain state and local entities.
Through strong relationships with numerous U.S. government clients, the GSA Contract will allow Cyabra to expand, optimize and solidify their technology footprint in the U.S. public sector.
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