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  • SAIC Launches Integrated Training Platform at I/ITSEC Conference in Orlando - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    SAIC Launches Integrated Training Platform at I/ITSEC Conference in Orlando

    Science Applications International Corp. has unveiled a training platform for SAIC professionals to analyze customers’ training needs and challenges as well as design, implement and assess training systems. SAIC said Monday the company will demonstrate its Integrated Training Edge platform during the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference in Orlando, Florida, that kicked off Nov. 28 and will conclude […] More

  • DataVisor Names BAE & Silversky Vet Mike Flouton to Marketing VP Role - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DataVisor Names BAE & Silversky Vet Mike Flouton to Marketing VP Role

    DataVisor has named Mike Flouton, former product marketing vice president at BAE Systems, as its new marketing VP to lead the company’s brand messaging and demand generation initiatives. DataVisor said Wednesday he will be responsible for efforts to promote the company, its story and its products, and fill sales pipelines to support the company’s expansion into the social, gaming and financial crime […] More

  • Cubic Taps Epic Games' Code to Build Training Simulation Tool; Bill Rebarick Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Cubic Taps Epic Games’ Code to Build Training Simulation Tool; Bill Rebarick Comments

    A Cubic Corp. subsidiary has licensed an Epic Games product from Applied Research Associates to develop training simulation tools for warfighters. Epic Games' Unreal Engine 3 and 4 will incorporate C++ source code for Cubic Advanced Learning Solutions to build a virtual training environment, Cubic said Wednesday. “The Unreal Government Network gives us access to a professional-grade ecosystem of resources that includes […] More

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    Japanese Hacker Twosome Arrested for Stealing Virtual Characters

    Japanese police have arrested two people suspected of stealing virtual characters and goods from players of a popular online game, Sophos reports. Yu Nishimura and Kaori Tanaka allegedly used spyware to steal credentials from players of the Lineage II Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game. The duo allegedly advertised a website that offered Lineage players […] More

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    Gamers More Exposed Than Ever to Hackers

    Gamers are becoming increasingly vulnerable to cyber threats because of unsafe player behavior, and cyber criminals‘ ramped-up efforts to find new victims, according to AVAST Software. In its monthly “Most Wanted” list, AVAST looks to raise awareness of this threat and warn consumers of recently infected gaming websites. Gamers risk running into malware as they […] More

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