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University of Toronto Professor and director of the GhostNet project, Ron Deibert, spoke with The New New Internet regarding U.S. cybersecurity and the increased militarization of cyberspace. Deibert believes the future of cyberspace rests in building a global and open Internet. He fears the consequences of weaponization in cyberspace supported by current world leaders. TheNewNewInternet: Could you briefly […] More
Former Secretary of the Air Force, Michael W. Wynne, has been appointed to the advisory board of Frederick, Maryland based, Widearea Systems. The firm is a provider of unified communications solutions and services. Wynne's previous experience includes seven years in the Air Force, where he was an assistant professor of astronautics at the US Air […] More
Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio has been chosen as the site for the 24th Air Force, part of Space Command, after four years of deliberation. The inauguration, activating the Cyber Command, was held today for the facility whose goal is to prevent cyber attacks on military bases and systems. The Base borrows from […] More
Google, which acquired the rights to create an online library in 2008 as the outcome of a lawsuit against them for copyright infringement at the cost of $125 Million, is being taken on by the Open Book Alliance. Google aims to use the rights to create an online Book Rights Registry Although it is not […] More
Good is the enemy of great. Several years ago, an already successful entrepreneur pondered the lessons outlined in Jim Collins“™ groundbreaking book. The results speak for themselves. This year marks the 15th anniversary of Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, a Greenbelt, Md.-based business focused on aerospace engineering, science, information technology, and project management. Along the way, the […] More
After just seven more missions to the International Space Station (ISS), the Space Shuttle will retire without a replacement.  Ex-Lockheed Martin CEO Norm Augustine, chair of the United States Human Space Flight Plans Committee review, has published his committee’s findings, and NASA’s budgetary future looks bleak. Augustine told PBS “the human space flight program really isn’t executable with […] More
Q&A | You know that GPS on your dashboard? You may have Karlu Rambhala to thank for keeping it on track. As president and CEO of Avineon, a global technology company specializing in information technology, geospatial, and engineering services for government and private industry, Rambhala has overseen Avineon’s increased focus on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) […] More
WEB 2.0 & MILITARY | Recently, we all heard the US Marine Corps banned the use of Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace for its active soldiers. So far, the reaction is mixed. “Banning such innovation seems like an archaic, knee-jerk response and I imagine in the not-to-distant future the militaries of [a] country like the US […] More
Integral Systems has announced the appointment of Major General (Ret.) H. Marshal Ward, USAF as COO, effective August 31, 2009. Paul G. Casner, interim CEO of Integral Systems, said of Ward’s appointment: “We are pleased to welcome General Ward to our senior management team. He brings to Integral Systems significant operational expertise, comprehensive understanding of our markets, and […] More
Robert Carey, Navy Chief Information Officer, was quoted yesterday at Virtual FOSE’s keynote presentation calling cyber threats “the most serious economic and security challenge of the 21st century.“ “We are being exploited at unprecedented scale by a growing array of state and non-state actors,“ Carey added.“The U.S. must take action, protecting the critical infrastructure upon which our economy […] More
Roger Rose has been appointed CEO of Lockheed Martin India Private Limited. He will coordinate the expanding business of the aerospace giant in India.  Rose will take over for Douglas Hartwick, who has led Lockheed Martin’s New Delhi office since the formation of Lockheed Martin India Private Limited.   Hartwick will now serve as special advisor to […] More
EXECUTIVE TRANSITIONS | They say the first 90 days are make or break time for any executive. That’s when a new  hire either becomes a drain or a gain for an organization. Roughly 90 days into his new role as senior vice president of worldwide channels and alliances for Siemens Enterprise Communications, it’s clear where […] More
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