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Rick Herrmann, director of Intel’s U.S. Public Sector region, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding the top priorities for data security in the federal sector as well as the semiconductor industry’s impact on our national security and supply chains, the benefits of Intel’s key partnerships and the crucial areas of tech development such as AI/ML, 5G and […] More
SpyCloud released its 2021 Ransomware Defense Report on Tuesday to provide an insightful analysis of the perceived threat of ransomware attacks and the maturity of cybersecurity defense systems across leading information technology security companies. Despite the increasing frequency and elevated concern of high-profile attacks, like the 2020 SolarWinds breach and the recent Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, […] More
Blue Delta Capital Partners, an investment company focused on the government market, has named former Perspecta CEO and seven-time Wash100 winner Mac Curtis a venture fellow. “I have been fortunate throughout my entire career to have worked with some of the most elite teams in the GovCon industry,” Curtis told ExecutiveBiz’s parent company and publisher […] More
L3Harris Technologies will deliver intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance products to a Middle East customer under a recent $23 million foreign military sales order. The company said Monday it will provide the Integrated Tactical Area Communications Systems, ROVER transceivers, Falcon tactical radios and Hawkeye III very-small-aperture terminals, which will all be integrated into the customer’s deployed […] More
A new Palo Alto Networks survey shows that 78 percent of information technology decision-makers whose internet of things-based devices are linked to their organization’s network said they saw an increase in the number of IoT security incidents driven by the transition to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company said Wednesday it commissioned technology […] More
Forty solar technology-focused projects were awarded Department of Energy grants worth almost $40 million in total to support research and development initiatives that can provide power for fuel and chemicals production purposes. The projects will center on photovoltaic systems that transform direct sunlight into electricity and will concentrate solar-thermal power platforms that turn solar energy […] More
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has released a broad agency announcement for new capabilities in detecting and measuring exposure to lower-dose ionizing radiation. The Targeted Evaluation of Ionizing Radiation Exposure program is aimed at creating new biodosimetry approaches that enable the quantification of exposures from samples collected and tested through minimal or non-invasive means, […] More
A lightweight system was introduced by Charles River Analytics, with funding support from the U.S. Navy, to allow kayaks to autonomously collect parameter data in coastal environments. The company said Tuesday its Modular Oceanographic Autonomous Navigating Assessor, developed under a $500,000 Navy contract, works to measure bathymetry, water column constituents, benthic properties, hyperspectral radiometry and […] More
CACI International has received a $4.9 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory for the 15-month development of a high-power multi-spectral laser prototype meant to enhance military electro-optical sensors. The laser prototype will be made to emit light over various wavelengths ranging from the ultraviolet and visible spectrums to the Short-Wavelength Infrared band, the […] More
Ball Aerospace has expanded its presence in Colorado with the opening of a new 160,000-square-foot facility that will focus on building payloads and providing post-launch support for various space programs. The new Payload Development Facility adds advanced integration and test areas, a mission support center, more offices and cleanroom space to the existing Broomfield Research […] More
Joe Shepherd, vice president of directed energy innovation at Booz Allen Hamilton, said he believes the Department of Defense should increase funding for directed energy research efforts to $2 billion to encourage industry and academia to pursue work in the development of ultrashort pulse lasers and other capabilities. Shepherd wrote in a piece published Tuesday […] More
Linda Swain, former senior director at JLL and a professional with 25 years of marketing experience, has been named as executive vice president of marketing at Redgate. The company said Swain will leverage her extensive experience in creating marketing campaigns and fostering target market engagement to elevate the Redgate brand and thought leadership while driving new […] More
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