Tag Archives: anomaly detection

Lockheed, NEC to Advance AI Use Through Joint Collaboration; Rick Ambrose Quoted

Rick Ambrose EVP Lockheed Martin Space

Lockheed Martin and NEC have agreed to expand their partnership to further advance the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies in spacecraft development programs, including NASA's Orion vehicle for the Artemis mission. "The power of AI is leveraged across our entire enterprise, and with a trusted partner like NEC, we gain the resources to expand its abilities at scale across our internal operations," said Rick Ambrose, executive vice president at Lockheed's space business and a 2021 Wash100 Award winner.

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SecurityMatters to Help NIST Develop Manufacturing Cybersecurity Guide

SecurityMatters will collaborate with the National Institute of Standards and Technology‘s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence to develop guidance for manufacturers to secure industrial control systems against cyber threats. NCCoE plans to include SecurityMatters’ SilentDefense anomaly detection technology along with other cyber tools in the “Capabilities Assessment for Securing Manufacturing Industrial Control Systems” guide to demonstrate ICS security …

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Raytheon, DARPA Partner to Build Power Grid Cybersecurity Tech; Jason Redi Comments

Raytheon has secured $9 million in contracts to help the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency develop technologies that will work to secure the U.S. power grid system from cyber attacks. The company said Monday its BBN Technologies subsidiary will design the technologies to send alerts of an impending attack and detect spoofing attempts on grid data collection and …

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Gemalto Study: Orgs Continue to Depend on Basic Perimeter Security Systems

Gemalto‘s third-annual Data Security Confidence Index says a majority of organizations continue to depend on basic perimeter security systems against data breaches regardless of increased cyber threats worldwide. The company said Wednesday that 61 percent of the 1,100 IT decision maker respondents believed that their basic perimeter security methods such as firewalls, IDPS and anomaly detection were …

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