Ramona Adams

DataRobot, In-Q-Tel Partner to Provide Machine Learning Support for Government Agencies

DataRobot and In-Q-Tel have entered a strategic partnership to deliver the former’s machine learning tools to the latter’s government partners. IQT invested in DataRobot to give U.S. government agencies access to the company’s automated machine learning platform, which is designed to use existing data to predict actions, DataRobot said Mar. 26. Erin …

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L3, Microsoft Enter Azure Cloud Computing Agreement; Christopher Kubasik Comments

L3 Technologies and Microsoft have signed a five-year strategic collaboration agreement that lets L3 use the Azure Government cloud platform to optimize its information technology processes worldwide. L3 said Tuesday it will implement the technology in an effort to address the defense company’s computing, storage power, compliance and security requirements. Microsoft designed its cloud …

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Speedcast Joins Group of Iridium Certus Broadband Service Providers

Iridium Communications and Speedcast have entered an agreement that authorizes the latter to offer Iridium’s Certus satellite broadband service for land-based mobile operations. Certus is designed to deliver real-time vehicle tracking, internet, phone and data transfer support for on-the-move vehicles, assets and teams, Iridium said Tuesday. The satellite communications company unveiled the first batch of …

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DHS Used Lockheed’s Cyber Platform to Analyze Russia-Backed Critical Infrastructure Attacks

The Department of Homeland Security used a Lockheed Martin-built cybersecurity framework to evaluate cyber attacks that state-sponsored Russian hackers carried out against U.S. critical infrastructure sectors. Lockheed’s Cyber Kill Chain framework provided information on the attackers’ activities, including reconnaissance, weaponization, delivery, exploitation, installation, command and control and actions on objectives, DHS’ U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness …

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NIST Supports Planned RF Spectrum Sharing Between U.S. Military & Industry

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is supporting the Federal Communications Commission‘s plan to facilitate the sharing of a 150-megahertz radio frequency spectrum band between U.S. military and private sector users. NIST said Thursday it has helped develop standards, test procedures and certification tools that will authorize broadband service providers …

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