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  • Lockheed Adds Solutionary to Cybersecurity Alliance; Angie Heise Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Lockheed Adds Solutionary to Cybersecurity Alliance; Angie Heise Comments

    Lockheed Martin has introduced Solutionary to the former company’s cybersecurity alliance in an effort to help bolster initiatives to combat cyber attacks. Solutionary, an NTT group security company, provides managed security, professional security and global threat intelligence services for information technology infrastructures, cloud environments and mobile data, Lockheed said Thursday. Angie Heise, vice president of commercial […] More

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    Kratos Subsidiary Wins $5.8M to Build Decoy Fuselages; Glenn Wells Comments

    Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. subsidiary  Sacramento, CA.-based Composite Engineering Inc. has won a $5.8 million contract to produce Lot 5 miniature air launched decoy fuselages, according to a company statement. “We are proud and excited to continue our support to the U.S. Air Force and Raytheon on the MALD-J,” said Glenn Wells, CEI senior […] More

  • Lockheed Leads Charge for Cybersecurity Alliance - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Lockheed Leads Charge for Cybersecurity Alliance

    Lockheed Martin has been working closely with member companies of their Cybersecurity Alliance, Federal News Radio reported in an interview with Curt Aubley, vice president and chief technology officer for Lockheed. The alliance, led by Lockheed, was formed in 2009 as a way to develop and introduce new technology to combat electronic hacking attempts. The […] More

  • Executive Spotlight: Robert W. Larrick, Jr. of USIS - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Executive Spotlight: Robert W. Larrick, Jr. of USIS

    Robert W. Larrick, Jr. is the vice president of contracts at USIS and is responsible for all contracts, procurement and pricing activities for USIS and liaises with Altegrity on contractual issues. Prior to his current role, Larrick held a variety of contract positions while serving at SAIC for more than 16 years. Larrick's most recent […] More

  • KCG Awarded GSA Blanket Purchase Agreement for Cybersecurity Services - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    KCG Awarded GSA Blanket Purchase Agreement for Cybersecurity Services

    Knowledge Consulting Group today announced that it has been awarded a blanket purchase agreement by the U.S. General Services Administration and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to provide cybersecurity services to the federal government. The BPA allows KCG to provide agencies with certification and accreditation services to implement guidelines released by the National Institute of […] More

  • Be Afraid: Hackers' Scary New Tricks to Rip You Off - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Be Afraid: Hackers' Scary New Tricks to Rip You Off

    Nearly two billion Internet users are vulnerable to scams and cyber assaults, in particular what a security company calls “crimeware-as-a-service“ carried out by organized cyber criminals. In a newly released report by CA Technologies, researchers  noted how Trojans are today the most common category of new threats, accounting for 73 percent of total threat infections […] More

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    Hackers Create New Zeus Trojan

    Hackers have created a new version of the crimeware toolkit known as Zeus which is designed to appropriate login credentials for banks in Germany, Spain, the United States and the UK. The malware, described by researchers with CA as “Zeus version 3,” is increasingly selective in its targets, with one variant targeting German and Spanish […] More

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    Storm Worm Back From the Dead

    The infamous Storm Worm has returned from the dead, according to researchers with CA. Storm was once responsible for 20 percent of the world's spam but began to decline in 2007 when Microsoft undertook a massive cleaning operation. Eventually, the botnet was allegedly destroyed. CA researchers claim that they have found a new botnet that […] More

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    CA Researcher Finds Obnoxious Trojan

    A researcher with CA has found a banking Trojan that uses a more aggressive approach to attempting to steal login credentials.  Zarestel Ferrer, a senior research engineer with CA, found a Trojan which, following a drive-by download, will continue to launch pop-ups on a victims computer prompting them to update their bank login credentials until […] More

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    Top Mergers and Acquisitions for 2009

    The past year has been a busy one for government contractors. The headlines have been filled with issues ranging from in-sourcing and de-conflicting to the surge of contractors that will be needed to support the effort in Afghanistan. This year has seen multiple multi-billion dollar deals that are changing the way companies within GovCon are […] More

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    Top Internet Threats for 2009

    CA, Inc. recently released its report on the State of the Internet 2009, which profiles some of the top threats on the internet for 2009. Some of the top threats include fake security software, social networking and Web 2.0 technologies. The report also looks towards the coming year, predicting that malvertising will increase and that […] More

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    Tesco employs CA’s ecoSoftware to cut carbon emissions

    Tesco, the United Kingdom’s biggest retailer and the world’s third largest grocery retailer, has enlisted the services of CA ecoSoftware to help fulfill its long-term commitment to drive down carbon emissions across its global operations. CA ecoSoftware helps companies in a variety of industries manage carbon, reduce energy use and become more sustainable. It also […] More

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