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Applied Visions has secured a $16.3 million contract to help the Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate create a unified threat management system for developers to detect potential cyber vulnerabilities in software codes. DHS said that Applied Visions and its partners will develop and integrate UTM system components such as application threat modeling, attack simulation and countermeasures modeling, hybrid […] More
Kevin Taylor, formerly group strategy director of BAE Systems‘ applied intelligence business, has been named managing director of that business unit. He will report directly to CEO Ian King and continue as member of the group’s executive committee, BAE said Wednesday. Taylor most recently oversaw the applied intelligence group’s growth strategy and order backlog for the last two years. The […] More
Lance Spencer, client executive vice president of Defense for AT&T, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz about his near-decade of experience with the company as well as his career history overseeing the evolution of the cybersecurity space and the intelligence community. In addition, Spencer also discussed the work that AT&T is doing toward 5G capabilities and the experimentation of […] More
Your businesses can gain valuable experience and a vast network of contacts if you work in government contracting. If you have relevant experience, it is easier to get a job as a federal contractor than if you don’t have that experience. Government contracts will vary depending on the industry and business structure. Your contract requirements […] More
After countless data breaches, ransomware attacks, and cyber attacks in recent years, the Federal government recognized that its existing manual cyber management approach no longer addresses the ever-evolving cyber threats that continue to appear. In May 2021, the Biden administration published the Cyber Executive Order to bolster our nation’s cybersecurity. The Cyber EO emphasizes the […] More

The U.S. Navy's Naval Air Systems Command seeks market information regarding a low-band jamming technology for integration with the EA-18G electronic warfare aircraft. NAVAIR said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps notice it plans to replace the ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System used to conduct airborne electronic attack missions.

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