Tag Archives: Asymmetric Threats

Austal, Navy to Christen ‘Tulsa’ Littoral Combat Ship; Sean Stackley Comments

Austal‘s U.S. subsidiary will host a christening ceremony Saturday for the U.S. Navy‘s future Independence-variant littoral combat ship at the company’s shipyard in Mobile, Alabama. The USS Tulsa, designated LCS 16, is the second Navy ship that honors the same-named city in Oklahoma and built to support the service branch’s near-shore environment and open-ocean operations. Tulsa …

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CACI Threats Conference to Tackle Cyber, Electronic Warfare; Ken Asbury, Frank Gaffney Comment

This year's Asymmetric Threats symposium series seeks to bring together government, civilian and industry authorities for expert exchange on counter-attack strategies against threats “at every level,“ Ken Asbury, CACI International president and CEO, said Wednesday. The symposium, entitled, “Cyber, Electronic Warfare, and Critical Infrastructure Strategies for National Security,“ will be …

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Juan Zarate on his Latest Book ‘Treasury’s War’, Private-Public Financial Collaboration in National Security Efforts, and the Power of the ‘Carrot’ of Financial Inclusion

On the heels of the late 2013 release of his second book, Treasury's War: The Unleashing of a New Era of Financial Warfare, Juan Zarate caught up with ExecutiveBiz to discuss his and the Treasury Department's work in the years after 9/11 to promote U.S. national security interests through sophisticated …

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CACI Co-sponsors Symposium on Cyber, Insider Threat

Along with the U.S. Naval Institute and the Center for Security Policy, CACI will co-sponsor a March symposium that will explore the issues revolving around cyber and insider threats. Called “Countering Cyber Challenges to the Industrial Base,” the conference is an invitation-only, apolitical event part of  a series on asymmetric …

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