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Lockheed Martin's Mission Maker Initiatives Arm Cyber Warriors

 Military operations threatened by cyberassault will be aided by Lockheed Martin’s new information security tools: the “Mission Maker” initiatives. Lockheed Martin’s “Mission Maker” initiatives embed cybersecurity into command and control, add cyber threat monitoring to situational awareness capabilities, and enhance information operations. These capabilities are designed to ensure essential communications …

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Lockheed Breaks Ground in Expansion to Newtown, PA Space Systems Facility

Lockheed Martin has broken ground on two new facilities at its Space Systems Company operations in Newtown, Pennsylvania, to support spacecraft programs for government and commercial customers.   New facilities include a 15,000-square-foot multi-purpose conference center to facilitate large-scale meetings like design reviews, demonstration initiatives and customer events, and will have space to …

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Liquidity Services Inc., marks 10 years

MILESTONES | What a difference 10 years makes. Since its founding in the fall of 1999 — and later its move to IPO status in February 2006 — Liquidity Services, Inc., has become a leading online auction marketplace for wholesale, surplus, and salvage assets. With a gross revenue of about …

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New Uses for an Old Medicine: Part 2

Considered one of mankind’s wonder drugs, studies of aspirin continue to identify new and unique usages to benefit our health. As described last week (what is the site – place here) not only does aspirin effectively provide pain relief, fever reduction and help with other common ailments, today the AMA …

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Former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff Says NSA’s Einstein 3 Is ‘Where We Have To Go’ In Cyber Security; Calls For International Cyber Security Cooperation

Michael Chertoff, former Bush Administration Department of Homeland Security Secretary and founder of The Chertoff Group, spoke at a Potomac Officers Club luncheon event a few weeks back to discuss with top executives the growing market of cybersecurity applications and where he sees the future of cybersecurity headed. Chertoff spoke …

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Marine Corps Bans Twitter, Facebook, MySpace

Popular social networking sites including Twitter, MySpace and Facebook are banned from the U.S. Marine Corps for the next year, effective immediately. Other military branches are considering a similar ban. The Marine Corps cited potential security breaches of government computers and malware attacks for the ban. Popular social networking sites have an …

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TNNI Interview With Dr.Herb Lin Of The National Research Council: What Every Executive Should Know

Dr. Herb Lin, chief scientist of the recent report “Toward a Safer and More Secure Cyberspace” at the National Research Council, spoke with The New New Internet on a variety of cybersecurity issues, including his definition of cyber deterrence. Dr. Lin said that the private sector must use current, readily available securities and acknowledged that most …

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Exclusive: Larry Prior on his new role at ManTech

It’s been a little over a month since Larry Prior was named president and COO of ManTech International Corporation, and it’s already clear which title he prefers. “I am first and foremost an operator,” says Prior. “The chief operating officer cares a lot about top line growth, taking care of …

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New Use for An Old Medicine

To many adults, aspirin (ASA) is a medicine cabinet staple. Great for headaches, it reduces fever and acts as an anti-inflammatory agent to minimize pain. Over the last 50 years, doctors have found even more uses for this inexpensive little tablet. The American Heart Association now recommends low dosages of …

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