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Mitre has added 137 new entries to an online database of software security weaknesses, Inside Defense reported Monday. Version 3.2 of the Common Weakness Enumeration also includes one “deprecated” item and 534 amended entries, which the nonprofit company attributed to changes in names, relationship, description and references. The community-developed list seeks to provide a common baseline standard for […] More
Mitre and Simudyne have teamed up to offer a modeling tool for central banks and other financial institutions to analyze market trends. The agent-based model uses data analytics and seeks to help organizations predict fault lines in the global financial system and gain insight for decision-making, Mitre said Tuesday. The nonprofit company granted Simudyne rights to commercialize […] More
Mitre will relocate its current office in San Antonio, Texas, to the Northwest Side after four decades of conducting business near a joint military installation, San Antonio Business Journal reported Wednesday. The report said nearly 70 of the nonprofit company’s employees will move to a facility at Corporate Square by early 2019. Bobby Blount, department […] More
Mitre has been selected by the Boston Globe and San Diego Union-Tribune for each of the publications’ “top workplaces“ lists published this month. The publications used Energage's survey platform to collate anonymous employee feedback on workplace culture which covers alignment, execution and connection-related factors, Mitre said Monday. The San Antonio Express News previously named Mitre's […] More
Mitre has provided the Office of Management and Budget with a document that outlines recommendations from public and private sector entities in the U.S. for addressing various workforce challenges in the government. The non-profit organization said Tuesday that the Symposium on the Federal Workforce for the 21st Century Report includes insights from over 150 workforce leaders […] More
Robert Work, former deputy secretary at the Defense Department, has joined Mitre's Visiting Fellows Program to offer advice on critical national issues. Bill LaPlante, senior vice president for Mitre's national security sector, said in a statement published Monday Work brings decades of experience and knowledge to the nonprofit company's national security sector as it works […] More
Mitre will continue to operate a federally funded research and development center for the Treasury Department through 2023 under a contract extension. The Center for Enterprise Modernization FFRDC helps the Internal Revenue Service and other agencies at the Treasury meet mission-critical requirements by providing data-driven analysis, integration, systems engineering and decision support, Mitre said Wednesday. “Mitre […] More
Samuel Visner, director at the National Cybersecurity Federally Funded Research and Development Center operated by Mitre, has been selected for an annual list of prominent executives in Washington’s technology industry. Washingtonian recognized Visner on the publication’s 2018 Tech Titan list for managing the center that develops cybersecurity approaches for the private sector, Mitre said Tuesday. “It’s honor […] More
Mitre has collaborated with the Food and Drug Administration to create a guide for health care delivery organizations to prepare for and respond to security breaches involving medical technology platforms. The Medical Device Cybersecurity Regional Incident Preparedness and Response Playbook is designed to help HDOs, such as hospitals, produce a framework that would cover device inventory and information […] More
Mitre has certified Avaya as an authoritative body to help customers and other organizations identify vulnerabilities in their data management systems. Avaya said Tuesday it can issue CVE identification documents and inform customers about other weak points of products included through the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures Numbering Authority program. “This is an important step in our cybersecurity […] More
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