Cyberspatial selected to map Air Force Mission Relevant Terrain in Cyberspace

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AFWERX and Cyberspatial

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado -- Cyberspatial Inc. announces it has been selected by AFWERX for a Phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) award to conduct research related to mapping and discovery of Mission Relevant Terrain in Cyberspace (MRT-C) across Department of the Air Force (DAF) networks.

The Air Force Research Laboratory and AFWERX have partnered to streamline the SBIR and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) process by accelerating the small business experience through faster proposal to award timelines, changing the pool of potential applicants by expanding opportunities to small business and eliminating bureaucratic overhead by continually implementing process improvement changes in contract execution.

The DAF began offering the Open Topic SBIR/STTR program in 2018 which expanded the range of innovations the DAF funded and now on December 15, 2023, Cyberspatail started its journey to create and provide innovative capabilities that will strengthen National Defense.

“We are excited to help the Department of the Air Force to meet their 2022 NDAA requirement to map the entirety of their cyber networks,” said Lawrence Nunn, co-founder and CEO of Cyberspatial.

“Teleseer is the only tool in existence that can discover, map, and visualize mission networks of this magnitude at the atomic level,” Nunn continued.

“More importantly, it is 100% passive,” said Nunn, “So there is zero degradation or overhead cost to daily defense operations.”

Our mission is to make powerful and easy-to-use cyber defense software accessible to everyone. By transforming technical data into visual stories, our platform, Teleseer, helps you see, know, and share network knowledge faster and easier with others, Nunn said.

Stronger security comes by equipping our cyber defenders with powerful tools designed to amplify human intelligence, not to replace it. Teleseer features:

  • Visual Analysis: Understand large volumes of complex data and explain what's happening on any network environment with ease.
  • Tech Integration: Combining advanced technologies into an analysis workbench that saves time and increases productivity.
  • Accessible for Everyone: Anyone with a basic level of instruction can become an effective analyst without a costly budget.

The Air Force Research Laboratory is the primary scientific research and development center for the Department of the Air Force.

AFRL plays an integral role in leading the discovery, development, and integration of affordable warfighting technologies for our air, space and cyberspace force. With a workforce of more than 12,500 across nine technology areas and 40 other operations across the globe, AFRL provides a diverse portfolio of science and technology ranging from fundamental to advanced research and technology development. For more information, visit

As the innovation arm of the DAF and a directorate within the Air Force Research Laboratory, AFWERX brings cutting-edge American ingenuity from small businesses and start-ups to address the most pressing challenges of the DAF.

AFWERX employs approximately 325 military, civilian and contractor personnel at six hubs and sites executing an annual $1.4 billion budget. Since 2019, AFWERX has executed 4,697 contracts worth more than $2.6 billion to strengthen the U.S. defense industrial base and drive faster technology transition to operational capability. For more information, visit:

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