Technology

CSC to Offer Clients Co3 Cyber Incidence Response Manager; Samuel Visner Comments

Computer Sciences Corp. will offer Co3 Systems’ incidence response product to cybersecurity service customers worldwide CSC will provide the Co3 platform to clients that seek to develop pre-incident plans, response management postures and regulatory compliance to mitigate an online attack, both companies said Tuesday. A 2,000-strong CSC incident response team across five …

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IBM, SAS Design Data Analytics Modules for Warwick Business School Master’s Program

IBM and SAS have partnered with Warwick Business School to develop course modules for a master’s program in business analytics centered on big data mining and analytics technology, Computerworld UK reported Wednesday. Antony Savvas writes the school’s operational research and management science group has collaborated with IBM on the Analytics in Practice module and with …

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STEALTHbits Adds Data Tracking Feature to EMC Storage Platform; Steve Cochran Comments

A storage platform developed by EMC contains data activity tracking features developed by STEALTHbits Technologies. STEALTHbits designs its products to serve as a source for unstructured data governance and reporting for EMC and RSA customers, STEALTHbits announced Tuesday. The data activity tracking feature is built to security professionals gauge controls of data …

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Catapult to Demo Blue Ridge Health IT Tools; William Senich Comments

Catapult Consultants LLC will demonstrate healthcare information technology products developed by Blue Ridge Networks under a marketing agreement signed by both companies. The HIMSS Conference is scheduled to take place Monday through Thursday in Orlando, Fla. and feature Blue Ridge’s mobile and zero-day malware tools, the company announced Friday. “For over a decade, Catapult …

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Aerojet Propulsion System to Guide Military Navigation Satellite into Orbit; Steve Bouley Comments

Aerojet Rocketdyne’s propulsion system, consisting of booster and upper-stage engines and spacecraft attitude control thrusters, has helped launch a military navigation satellite to space from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. its RS-68 booster engine, RL10B-2 upper-stage engine and 12 monopropellant hydrazine thrusters have propelled Boeing’s GPS IIF-5 …

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WWT Provides Kansas City Airport with Disaster Recovery Offering; David Jacobus Comments

World Wide Technology Inc. has deployed its disaster recovery system that consolidates data and voice systems at the Kansas City International Airport’s aviation department. Under the partnership, WWT deployed its Vblock Systems Infrastructure Platform to provide KCI with consolidated and virtualized systems, WWT announced. The Vblock system was used to …

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Merlin to Compete on $3B DHS IT Commodities Vehicle

Merlin International holds a prime position on a potential seven-year, $22 billion contract to help the Department of Homeland Security acquire information technology commodities from original equipment manufacturers. The $3 billion DHS FirstSource II contract has a five-year base period with two one-year option periods, Merlin announced Monday. FirstSource II …

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API Technologies Obtains NIST Validation for Cryptographic Module; Henry Gold Comments

API Technologies Corp. has obtained a validation for a cryptographic module from the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The NIST issued the Federal Information Processing Standard Publication 140-2 to certify the API’s common cryptographic module as complying with information security regulations, API said Friday. Henry Gold, a general manager at …

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