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The Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers suffered a data breach last year that compromised credit card information of more than 800 people who registered for an IEEE conference, Network World reported. IEEE has notified affected individuals about the breach that took place around Nov. 17, 2010, and resulted in the deletion of a file […] More
BAE Systems will be on hand at IDEX, an international defense exhibition held in Abu Dhabi this week, to display one of the RG12 MK4 Armored Personnel Carriers in produced for Dubai’s police force. The company recently filled a order for 10 of the vehicles issued in 2008. “The in-theatre RG12 vehicles are a valuable […] More
The Department of Energy has unveiled an initiative that seeks to bolster cybersecurity on the electric grid in cooperation with industry and government, as well as publicly and privately owned utilities. Spearheaded by the Department's Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the North American Electric Reliability […] More
Hitting the powder this year? Siemens technology being used for winter sports may be making your trip down the mountain more environmentally friendly. Currently, Siemens produces snow-making machines, power supply systems, pump drives and more for more than two-thirds of all ski areas worldwide. The newest energy-efficient electric ski lifts and gondolas equipment consume 40 […] More
Think whistle-blower, and you’ll more than likely conjure up an image of a government worker who wants to shed light on an internal problem or a moral dilemma. These days, however, the whistle-blower has morphed from a one-man band to an orchestra of many, sounding the horn about everything from classified information to embarrassing communications […] More
This week, General Dynamics' (NYSE: GD) Electric Boat signed an $8.8 million deal as part of a current contract to support engineering and design services for the Ohio Replacement Program, a next-generation strategic deterrent submarine. Jacobs Engineering (NYSE: JEC) won a basic ordering agreement from the FAA for design-build services at EnRoute Facilities. The deal […] More
Northrop Grumman Information Systems’ Joseph Greaney recently spoke to ExecutiveBiz about his largest accomplishments this year and important aspects of leadership. ExecutiveBiz:  Can you tell me a little about your background and how you ended up at Northrop Grumman? Joseph Greaney:  I started my career as an electrical engineer and for my first 15 years, […] More
Science Applications International Corporation has won one of the prime contracts by the FBI to provide IT services to the bureau and other Department of Justice agencies. SAIC is one of 46 firms that will compete for task orders under the IT Triple S contract. The multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity Basic Ordering Agreement contract has a […] More
The University of Maryland is launching a new cybersecurity initiative that aims to stimulate public-private partnerships and address national vulnerabilities, including those facing industry. The focal point of the initiative, the new Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC-squared, or MC2), will implement a comprehensive approach to cybersecurity education, research and technology development. Experts from engineering, computer science, […] More
EHS Corporate Care Is it an an old wives tale that achy joints mean rain? “The phenomenon of people being able to forecast precipitation due to the level of their joint pain is real,“ according to Dr. Javad Parvizi, director of clinical research at the Rothman Institute at Jefferson Medical Center in Philadelphia. “Since joints […] More
Tom Anderson leads Wyle’s Information Systems Group.  He spoke with ExecutiveBiz about cyber, OCI and his firm’s place in the business. ExecutiveBiz:  Why did you join Wyle at this time? Tom Anderson:  When I joined Wyle in March of this year, I found myself having enjoyed experiences in both large and small companies, and I […] More
Job Description Roles and Responsibilities: The Cyber-Security and Enterprise Services (CES) Operating Unit within NGIS's Defense Enterprise Services (DES) Business Unit has an immediate need for a Cyber-Security Strategist (CSS). The CSS will: Be responsible for establishing a multi-year Cyber-Security strategy for CES. This strategy will establish an actionable plan for growing CES's customer sales […] More
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