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Anomali Warns Federal Contractors of Online Bidding-Themed Phishing Schemes

Researchers from Anomali's research arm have identified a malicious server linked to two phishing campaigns that try to deceive government contractors to send sensitive information to threat actors. Anomali Labs said Monday its researchers detected on Feb. 23 the online bidding-themed phishing schemes, which lead contractors to fake landing pages mimicking the Department of Labor and the Department of Transportation’s eProcurement portal.

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Lockheed-Universal Synaptics Partnership Aims to Help DoD Address Electronic Anomalies

Lockheed Martin and Universal Synaptics have partnered to leverage an automated testing platform in efforts to help the Department of Defense address intermittence in electronics used on military aircraft, ground vehicles and ships. Both companies agreed to utilize Universal Synaptic’s Intermittent Fault Detection tool to identify fault anomalies in multidomain platform electronics …

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In-Q-Tel, Anomali Enter Agreement to Develop Threat Intelligence Platforms

Anomali and In-Q-Tel have signed a technology development agreement to build cyber analytics offerings for the intelligence sector. IQT said Tuesday it also invested in Anomali through venture funding rounds to help further develop the latter’s Enterprise and ThreatStream threat intelligence platforms. George Hoyem, investment lead for enterprise IT at In-Q-Tel, said Anomali’s framework  “offers the government a …

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NASA: Gravity Anomalies on Moon May Indicate Ancient Volcanic Activity, Not Asteroid Impact

NASA has collected evidence that the topography of the Oceanus Procellarum region of the moon believed to be the result of an asteroid impact may have been caused instead by the formation of rift valleys. The agency said Wednesday it used the Lockheed Martin-built Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory to observe the gravity gradients of the moon’s surface and found …

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Peraton Wins Space Force Orbital Analysis Recompete; Roger Mason Quoted

Roger Mason Peraton

Peraton has been awarded a potential five-year, $10 million recompete award by the U.S. Space Force to provide orbital analysis (OA) subject matter expertise (SME) support. "Our experts work closely with their Space Force counterparts to increase Space Domain Awareness, protect Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) signals, and ensure the availability of Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) for national security decision-makers," said Roger Mason.

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Executive Spotlight: David Young, SVP of Lumen’s Public Sector, Discusses Rebranding from CenturyLink to Lumen

David Young SVP of Public Sector Lumen Technologies

David Young, senior vice president of Lumen’s Public Sector and global hyperscaler business and a two-time Wash100 Award recipient, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding CenturyLink’s recent rebranding to Lumen Technologies. He discussed Lumen’s new initiatives, advanced platform for managing data and applications, and work across government agencies to support real-time decision making. 

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IARPA to Host Virtual Proposers’ Day for RF Anomaly Detection Program


The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity will formally introduce a program at an upcoming virtual meeting that seeks to explore methods to automate the detection and characterization of radio frequency anomalies. IARPA is scheduled to host the Proposers' Day for its Securing Compartmented Information with Smart Radio Systems initiative on Thursday, according to an Aug. 5 presolicitation notice.

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