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IronNet’s Keith Alexander: Govt-Industry Collaboration Needed to ‘De-Risk’ Security Tools

Retired U.S. Army Gen. Keith Alexander, president and CEO of IronNet Cybersecurity, has said the government and private sector must work together to fight cyber threats and de-risk security tools that intelligence agencies use against enemies following a ransomware attack that has affected systems worldwide, TechCrunch reported Wednesday. The former National Security Agency director …

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NSA Vet Curt Dukes Joins Center for Internet Security in EVP Role; John Gilligan Comments

Curt Dukes, former director of the National Security Agency‘s information assurance directorate, has joined the Center for Internet Security as executive vice president. He will oversee the center’s security best practices automation group that handles  CIS controls and security benchmarks as well as tools designed to automate standards evaluation, CIS said Tuesday. Dukes will also lead …

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NSA Adds Apriva Subsidiary as Trusted Integrator on Commercial Solutions for Classified Program

Apriva has passed a government review and met security and managed requirements to be listed as a trusted integrator within the National Security Agency‘s Commercial Solutions for Classified program. Apriva said Monday the NSA and Central Security Service created the program to help Information Assurance Directorate customers implement mobile access systems through …

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John Thomas Joins SOS International Board of Advisers; Julian Setian Comments

John Thomas, formerly executive vice president and chief strategy officer at Leidos, has joined SOS International’s board of advisers. He most recently oversaw Leidos’ corporate strategy, communications, mergers and acquisitions and government and legislative affairs, SOS International said Monday. Julian Setian, president and CEO of SOS International, said Thomas’ U.S. …

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Keith Alexander: Cloud Can Help Govt Against Hackers

Cloud computing can be a defensive architecture against threats from hackers to government infrastructure, National Security Agency Director Keith Alexander said Thursday. American Forces Press Service reports Alexander, also head of U.S. Cyber Command and Central Security Service, addressed a U.S. Chamber of Commerce cybersecurity summit in Washington. According to …

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