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Oracle Gets Security Certification for Session Board Controllers; Doug Suriano Quoted

Oracle has obtained security accreditation for five Enterprise Session Board Controllers designed to secure communications between government networks. The company said Monday the Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 certification seeks to validate the capability of its E-SBCs to shield internet protocol networks from cybersecurity threats. “We are proud to have met this high standard …

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Blue Cedar Joins Industry Effort to Update Open Source Cryptographic Module

Blue Cedar has partnered with four other technology companies to update a cryptographic module designed to secure data transfer across web servers and connected devices. San Francisco-based Blue Cedar said Thursday it will collaborate with Open SSL, Akamai, NetApp and VMware develop a new Federal Information Processing Standard Publication 140-2 module for the OpenSSL software library. The …

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Intellicheck Obtains Fingerprint Biometric ID Tech Patent; William Roof Comments

Intellicheck Mobilisa has received a U.S. patent for a two-factor fingerprint biometric identity process developed to authenticate identity cards with both embedded fingerprint and live biometric information of a person. The patent covers a biometric fingerprint technology that complies with the Federal Information Processing standard and other U.S. government identification methods, Intellicheck said …

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Iron Bow to Offer Agencies Zipit Messaging Platform Via 2 GWACs

Iron Bow Technologies and Zipit Wireless have partnered to sell an enterprise-grade messaging tool to federal customers through two governmentwide acquisition contract vehicles. The Zipit-built Enterprise Critical Messaging Solution will work to help agencies secure data and comply with federal information processing standards, Keith Finley, director of Iron Bow’s veterans affairs and defense …

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