Tag Archives: forensics

ODNI Seeks Info on Tech Capabilities Under Intelligence Science & Technology Partnership Program

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has posted a request for information to seek concepts and technologies that will help ODNI support strategic initiatives within the intelligence community. A FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday says ODNI is looking for capabilities in various areas including artificial intelligence, behavioral science, forensics, computing, energy, space and sensors in support of strategic programs such as acquisition agility; use of machines to augment intelligence; data management; comprehensive cyber posture; and agile workforce.

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Verint Systems to Help Latin American Country Establish Govt Security Operations Hub

Verint Systems is part of an industry consortium that won a multimillion dollar project to establish a government security operations center for a Latin American country to help government organizations address sophisticated cyber threats. The company said Thursday it will provide a threat detection and analysis platform to the future GSOC as a member of the ELTA Systems-led Israeli Cyber …

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Defense Forensic Science Center Taps UltiSat for Ku-Band Network Services to Support Investigations

UltiSat has received a task order from the Defense Forensic Science Center for Ku-band network coverage in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility and associated services in support of the U.S. Army‘s Criminal Investigation Laboratory. The company said Wednesday it will provide Network Operations Center, help desk, technical field service and teleport …

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Army to Hold Cyberspace Prototyping Experiment to Help Address Warfighting Challenge

The U.S. Army‘s Cyber Center of Excellence plans to launch an annual cyberspace operations, signal and electronic warfare prototyping experiment in July 2017 to assess emerging technologies that could help address a warfighting challenge. A notice posted Tuesday on FedBizOpps says the upcoming Cyber Quest seeks to gather technology concepts and examine the potential impact of the …

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Joe DiZinno on AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ ID Intell Push, FBI’s Biometrics Advancements

Joe DiZinno will lead AMERICAN SYSTEMS‘ identity analytics support business unit to help public sector agencies in fields such as law enforcement and homeland security as vice president of identity intelligence. The former FBI Laboratory executive and long-time law enforcement leader joined the Chantilly, Virginia-based company after prior roles at BAE Systems …

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A-T Solutions to Support Military Forensics, Biometrics; Dennis Kelly Comments

A-T Solutions has received a $37 million task order from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division for military forensic support under the Naval Expeditionary Forensics and Biometrics program. A-T Solutions intends to provide services such as program and supplies management, logistics and installation, and forensic support in the areas of DNA, chemistry, ballistics and latent …

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IBM Launches Data Security Forensics Offering; Brendan Hannigan Comments

IBM has launched a security diagnostics technology offering for enterprises to protect data and networks from external and internal threats. The company intends for security teams within organizations to deploy the Security QRadar Incident Forensics software to reconstruct the activities of cyber criminals for investigation, IBM said Tuesday. Brendan Hannigan, general …

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