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Here's something every CIO should ban from their business-speak: “Internal customers.“ Yes, no matter how many times you've heard it, or said it, it's time to let that phrase go. Permanently. That's how Federico Genoese-Zerbi sees it, as vice president of IT Business Partners for Boeing (reporting to Boeing CIO John Hinshaw.)  Genoese-Zerbi's take isn't […] More
The computer systems for the Federal Aviation Administration have been reported as vulnerable to cyber attacks, according to a government review. A government audit last year concluded that air-traffic control systems were susceptible to cyber intrusion. Some systems had been breached and allowed hackers access to personnel records and network servers. The Department of Transportation's […] More
The networks of the Federal Aviation Administration are still vulnerable to cyber attacks even though a number of radar facilities have been improved, according to a new government study. The Inspector General of the Department of Transportation said despite the FAA’s steps to install cyber intrusion detection systems in some aircraft control centers, most sites […] More
William J. Luti serves as Digital Management’s executive vice president for cybersecurity programs. His duties include providing cybersecurity solutions and services to civilian federal, military and intelligence agencies. Additionally, Luti provides strategic direction and oversees business development activities for DMI's growing cybersecurity practice. Luti previously served as vice president for strategy at Northrop Grumman's Information […] More
This week, General Dynamics awarded Lockheed Martin a deal in conjunction with the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical deal; CSC won a deal from the U.S. Army to provide technical and engineering support for its Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center. QinetiQ picked up a Navy deal; Appian won a deal from Office of the […] More
Science Applications International Corporation announced Monday it has entered a definitive agreement to acquire Reveal Imaging Technologies, Inc., a threat-detection products and services company. Founded in 2002 in direct response to the U.S. government’s post-9/11 mandate for aviation-security screening, Reveal initially focused on developing technology to accurately and efficiently screen checked baggage at airports. The […] More
CSC announced today that former U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Kenneth Deutsch will assume the role as the company’s account executive for the Department of Defense Cyber for its North American Public Sector. According to a press release, Deutsch will leverage the company’s comprehensive cyber expertise and experience to maintain information dominance for the U.S. warfighter. […] More
The Transportation Security Administration(TSA)'s security efforts and employment opportunities received a boost, following Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano’s announcement that $56 million of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARPA) funds will be sent to airports in Charlotte, St. Louis and Orlando. The allotted funds will provide a new inline baggage screening system […] More
Bill McMullen is president and chief executive officer of Whitney, Bradley and Brown, Inc. He joined the company in 1997 after his 27-year career in the United States Marine Corps. He held various management roles before his current role as president and CEO, which include VP, SVP and COO. In 2009, McMullen received the GovCon […] More
Dr. Douglas C. Sicker has been named Federal Communications Commission chief technologist, Chairman Julius Genachowski announced. He will support the Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis and work with the agency on technological issues. “I am delighted that Dr. Sicker is returning to provide the FCC with his broad and deep knowledge about the […] More
Dr. Douglas C. Sicker has been named Federal Communications Commission’s chief technologist,  Chairman Julius Genachowski announced yesterday. “I am delighted that Dr. Sicker is returning to provide the FCC with his broad and deep knowledge about the communications networks and technologies of today and tomorrow,“ Genachowski said. “His technical expertise will help the FCC pursue […] More
The Federal Aviation Administration is failing to adequately protect the medical and personal data of airmen, according to a report released recently by the Inspector General. The FAA requires airmen to have their medical and mental fitness certified by a medical professional in order to operate aircraft. However, the FAA, which stores around 18 million […] More
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