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IBM’s Sam Gordy: Federal Govt Should Consider Cognitive Intell, Analytics to Process Unstructured Data

Sam Gordy, general manager of IBM’s federal business, has said that federal government leaders should work to target artificial intelligence components such as advanced analytics and cognitive intelligence that work to help facilitate analysis of real-time data. “Cognitive intelligence and advanced analytics have the ability to mine unstructured data,” Gordy …

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NTT Group Launches Threat Intelligence Center to Help Address Global Security Challenges

NTT Group has established a Global Threat Intelligence Center in a push to increase coordination and collaboration of the company’s intelligence resources intended to help clients address security challenges worldwide. The company said Tuesday its security business aims to contextualize threat information as well as implement a unified threat intelligence approach through the center. GTIC is built to also support the …

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CACI Subcontracts VATC for SOCOM Geospatial Intel Collection Support

Visual Awareness Technologies and Consulting has received a subcontract from CACI International to provide a geospatial database and system engineers in support of the U.S. Special Operations Command. VATC said Wednesday it secured a spot as first-tier subcontractor under CACI’s Special Operations Forces Planning, Rehearsal and Execution Preparation contract worth up to $4.2 …

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Lockheed Updates Airborne Testbed to Boost Intell Processing Capacity; Rob Smith Comments

Lockheed Martin has updated a manned airborne testbed the company built to help customers experiment with a range of sensors, technologies and systems designed for contingency operations. The company said said Monday it reconfigured the Airborne Multi-INT Lab in an effort to increase the platform’s capacity to process and transform data into decision-making support intelligence. AML now employs an …

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Airbus, Intelsat Form Military Satcom Service Partnership; Richard Franklin, Skot Butler Comment

An Intelsat subsidiary has joined a channel partner program of Airbus‘ defense and space segment for military satellite communication services. Intelsat General will offer Skynet X-band and ultra-high-frequency services to the U.S. government under the channel partner agreement, Airbus said Wednesday. Richard Franklin, head of the secure communications business at Airbus Defense and Space, said the new partnership will …

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Aerojet Rocketdyne’s Electric Propulsion Subsystem Supports Mission of Boeing-Built Intelsat Satellite

Aerojet Rocketdyne

Aerojet Rocketdyne has provided the rocket engines that Intelsat‘s Boeing-built 33e communications satellite currently uses to perform in-flight maneuvers as the satellite begins operations. The rocket and missile propulsion manufacturer said Friday the satellite, which is part of the Intelsat Epic Next Generation series, is equipped with its 100-volt electric propulsion thrusters and the MR-111C and MR-106L monopropellant hydrazine …

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Altamira Secures Intell Community Mission System Support Contract

Altamira Technologies has secured a five-year, $18 million contract to perform classified full life cycle development, engineering and sustainment work on a mission critical system that supports the U.S. intelligence community. The company said Friday the contract will expand the company’s portfolio in Chantilly, Virginia, the reach of its business in other mission areas. “This award represents a …

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Former Cisco, Intel Exec Andy Elder Named Riverbed Sales SVP for EMEA Region

Andy Elder, formerly president of Intel‘s security business operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, has joined Riverbed Technology as SVP of sales in the same regions. Riverbed said Thursday the 25-year industry veteran will oversee sales and go-to-market strategies as well as help drive the company’s growth and transformation efforts across EMEA in his new …

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Intel-CSIS Study: Incentive Misalignment Can Affect Enterprise Cyber Defense Programs

A joint report from Intel‘s security business and the Center for Strategic and International Studies has identified three areas of misaligned incentives that affect an organization’s ability to deter cyber criminals. Intel said Tuesday it commissioned research firm Vanson Bourne to survey more than 800 security executives and professionals across five industries such as the financial, government …

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General Dynamics Lands DIA Task Order for IT Support to EUCOM Intell Directorate

General Dynamics‘ information technology business unit has secured a potential five-year, $16 million task order from the Defense Intelligence Agency to provide IT support to the U.S. European Command‘s intelligence directorate. The company said Tuesday the task order covers IT, web architect, content management, planning and documentation support services. DIA awarded the task order through …

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Judson Brandt Named CEO of Cyber Intell Firm Cybis

Judson Brandt, former chief technology officer of Bridgewater Associates, has been elected by Cybis‘ board of directors to serve as CEO of the McLean, Virginia-based cybersecurity intelligence company. Cybis, a joint venture Convergint Technologies and Orbis Operations, said Monday that Brandt aims to leverage his technology and cybersecurity experience to help the company grow its position …

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Intel, VMware Form Healthcare IT Security Partnership; Jennifer Esposito, Frank Nydam Comment

Intel‘s health and life sciences unit and VMware will collaborate on a program that seeks to help global healthcare organizations identify strategies to increase their security postures and reduce threat risks. VMware said Monday it will support Intel’s Healthcare Security Readiness Program  through a complimentary service offering for healthcare information technology teams to gain insights into an organization’s risk …

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Former Intell Community CIO Al Tarasiuk Joins Digital Reasoning Board; Tim Estes Comments

Al Tarasiuk, chief security officer at Deutsche Bank and a more than 26-year federal service veteran, has joined the board of directors of Nashville, Tennessee-based cognitive computing software developer Digital Reasoning. Digital Reasoning said Thursday that Tarasiuk previously served as the intelligence community chief information officer at the Office of the Director of National …

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ThreatConnect Unveils New Threat Intelligence Product Suite

ThreatConnect has released a new set of threat intelligence products designed to help security teams identify relevant threats, protect networks and carry out measurable incident response. The company said Monday TC Complete, TC Identify, TC Manage and TC Analyze are built on the ThreatConnect Platform that works to help organizations understand adversaries, automate security operations and …

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