FedTech SoundOff

TheNewNewInternet Brings Experts’ White Papers to the Forefront

Executive Mosaic, the parent company of TheNewNewInternet, hosted a special executive-only forum two weeks ago that had leaders from different sectors share their views and insights into GovCon’s post-sequestration environment and where the market is headed. TheNewNewInternet has published copies of presentations offered by several speakers from the Post-Sequestration Summit …

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Expert Input on Breach Detection

SoundOff is a new section of The New New Internet featuring the thoughts and perspectives of top industry experts and thought leaders on the biggest issues facing the cyber marketplace. These executives are drawn from the U.S. government contracting industry. Expert Input on Breach Detection We hear a lot about …

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Top experts on White House cyber proposal

Top experts on White House cyber proposal In an effort to strengthen U.S. cybersecurity, the Obama administration last month released a strategy that stresses international collaboration and provides guidelines on what action to take against adversaries who use the Internet to launch attacks on the nation. Here, seven industry experts …

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Profile: James 'Jim' L. Zarnick of Deloitte

As national director of information technology for Deloitte’s Federal Practice, Jim Zarnick is responsible for the direction and execution of the work the Deloitte IT organization performs in support of the federal practice. When Deloitte acquired BearingPoint in 2009, Zarnick was named director of international operations for Deloitte Consulting LLP. …

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Profile: Bill Cooper of Cisco Systems

As director of cyber programs at Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO), Bill Cooper is tasked with cybersecurity strategy, solution development, partner alliances and business development within the firm’s federal business area. Cooper re-joined Cisco Systems after a nearly five-year stint at Teradata Government Systems, where he was responsible for all …

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