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Army Taps MacAulay-Brown for EXPRESS BPA; Fred Norman Comments

MacAulay-Brown will provide logistics assistance for the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command as part of the Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services blanket purchase agreement. The task order calls for the company to provide information technology support, training tools, manpower, computer resources and operational support for AMCOM, MacB said Monday. Fred Norman, …

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MacAulay-Brown Promotes Greg Yadzinski to Commonwealth Technology Division VP; Mark Chadason Comments

Greg Yadzinski, former acting director of MacAulay-Brown‘s Commonwealth Technology Division, has been promoted as the division’s vice president responsible for its business and technology development and customer support services. He will still report to Mark Chadason, senior vice president and general manager of the company’s National Security Group, as his group serves …

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Marty Howard Named Macaulay-Brown VP; Dennis Werth Comments

Martin “Marty” Howard has been appointed to serve as the next vice president for the C4ISR and Homeland Security division of MacAulay-Brown Inc.‘s Gray Enterprise Solutions department located in Aberdeen, Md. In this role, Howard will lead the division’s growth through its existing customer base in the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics …

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Leidos Partners with MacAulay-Brown for Simulated Weapons Testing; Fred Norman Comments

Leidos has enlisted national security company MacAulay-Brown to provide hardware-in-the-loop simulation and testing services for military programs at the Guided Weapons Evaluation Facility at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. MacB said Monday it will test weapons systems for readiness and simulate battlefield conditions using an HIL controller. “HIL-based simulation …

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IBM, MacAulay Brown to Unveil Security System at Warfighting Conference; Mark Sinclair Comments

IBM and MacAulay-Brown will present a new joint security offering intended to provide users network trust across multiple security domains and help the U.S. military collaborate with coalition partners. The companies will debut their MLS Single Security Architecture at the three-day Joint Warfighting Conference, which starts Tuesday in Virginia Beach, Va., …

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MacAulay-Brown to Help AF Special Ops Command Process Intell

MacAulay-Brown has won a $30,913,181 contract modification to continue supporting the processing and disseminating of intelligence for the Air Force‘s Special Operations Command, the Defense Department said Monday. This modification exercises the first option year of the original contract. Work will occur in Hurlburt Field, Fla., home to the command’s …

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Report: Journalist Falls Victim to iCloud Hacking

Potential security flaws of Apple’s iCloud service were recently exposed following the hacking of a Wired technology journalist’s account. Mat Hanon recounted details of the hacking that compromised his Twitter account and erased data on his Apple devices including a Macbook, iPad and iPhone. The hacker, a 19-year-old male who …

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MacAulay-Brown Opens Second DC Office; Sid Fuchs Comments

MacAulay-Brown has opened its new national capital headquarters in Vienna, Va., the company’s second office in the Washington region. The engineering and technical services provider said the office will operate in conjunction with the company’s Dayton, Ohio corporate headquarters. President and CEO Sid Fuchs said the company will use the …

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Cisco Delivers Compact Routers

Cisco has unveiled the Cisco 819 Integrated Services Router Machine-to-Machine gateway enabling business innovation and productivity by extending corporate network services to billions of non-traditional IP devices. According to Cisco, this product is a delivery of its vision for the “internet of things.” In integrating network capabilities into non-traditional IP …

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Expert: FBI Taps Hackers to Be Informants

The FBI and U.S. Secret Service have used the threat of prison to create an army of informers, resulting in nearly one in four hackers becoming a cyberspace snitch, according to experts who spoke to the Guardian. Eric Corley, who publishes hacker magazine 2600, told the U.K. newspaper he believes …

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While You Were Sleeping, Your School Was Watching You

Earlier this year, The New New Internet reported that a school district in Pennsylvania had remotely activated a camera and caught a student taking pills (the student claimed he was eating candy). According to recently filed court documents, the school secretly activated the cameras and captured thousands of images that …

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