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The Pentagon has announced it will fund research programs for the development of tools that can coordinate and bolster cyberattacks, NextGov reports. Initially announced in June, the Pentagon’s Plan X will “create revolutionary technologies for understanding, planning, and managing cyberwarfare in real-time, large-scale, and dynamic network environments.“ According to official documents, the Defense Advanced Research […] More
As the federal government continues to pursue areas such as telework, mobility and cloud, cyber risks will become more apparent. It also means that cybersecurity will continue to be a top market for the government contracting industry. A recent article from Washington Technology outlines the cyber needs of many federal agencies as they work to […] More
Terremark, a subsidiary of Verizon, announced the opening of the Network Access Point of Amsterdam. The NAP of Amsterdam is a 25,000 square foot data center inside the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Area. It will serve as access to one of the world’s largest Internet hubs and be directly connected to AMS-IX. Terremark government customers can leverage […] More
RightNow was named a Leader in Gartner’s 2011 Magic Quadrant Web for Customer Service offering suites such as RightNow CX and RightNow Web Experience both aiding customers navigate social networks and the web. Gartner identifies leaders based on demonstration of market-leading vision, executing that vision, client feedback indicating that company’s products affect the organization’s competitiveness and have six of seven […] More
McAfee today announced that nine new partners have joined the Security Innovation Alliance, a technology partnering program. New partners include: Anomalous Networks, Authernative, Avecto, FireMon, Guident Technologies, Hitachi ID Systems, Inc., Invincea, Reflex Systems, and Solera Networks. “We are pleased to welcome these new partners to the SIA ecosystem,“ said Ed Barry, vice president of […] More
NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: QSII), has partnered with Dell to market and deliver advanced technology solutions to medical practices, rural and community hospitals and physician networks. The agreement allows Dell to market, sell and support NextGen Ambulatory EHR, NextGen Practice Management, NextGen Inpatient Clinicals, NextGen Inpatient […] More
Raytheon Company has bought Trusted Computer Solutions, making the purchase the seventh cybersecurity acquisition for the company since 2007. TCS is known for its work in cross-domain and cybersecurity software that works across multiple domains, allowing confidential sharing for customers. The company will be renamed Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions and will be a part of […] More
Introduction Good morning, I want to thank Aviation Week for organizing this event.  The theme of this Forum is “Protect Your Enterprise with Secure and Resilient Information Flow.“  This is certainly a timely and important subject.  I know a number of the outstanding people on the program today, and I am sure that this will […] More
CSC has announced that the company will support staff and judges for the 5th Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, taking place over the next few days. The competition places college students against hackers trying to enter a network. CSC’s cybersecurity experts will serve as judges to ensure compliance with the rules and scoring the exercises. […] More
Itron, inc., is testing its smart-grid technology with the Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory to make sure revolutionary IT applications to critical infrastructure don’t create new vulnerabilities. Fear not, says Itron, the nation’s leading producer of smart meters, these tests are part of an across-the-board effort undertaken by government and private industry to make the smart grid’s seals against infiltration […] More
James O’Neill Appointed CEO of Siemens Enterprise Communications Jim O’Neill, former president of Northrop Grumman Corporation’s $4.5 billion Information Technology sector, which provides advanced IT engineering and business solutions for government, has been appointed to head Siemens Enterprise Communications Group. O’Neill will be based in Munich and have responsibility for the 14,000 person worldwide operation […] More
Hughes Communications is about to make my life so much easier. Let me explain. My mom lives in rural Northwest Washington state, where the biggest development each time I visit is the location of the newest clear-cut. It“™s rural. Very, very rural. My normally timid retired mother has learned to drive like a bat out […] More
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