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Jim Garrettson, CEO of Executive Mosaic, Presents Tony Frazier, President of Radiant Solutions, His Fourth Wash100 Award

Jim Garrettson, founder and CEO of Executive Mosaic, presented Tony Frazier, president of Radiant Solutions, with his fourth Wash100 Award on Tuesday. Executive Mosaic recognizes Frazier for leading the company’s efforts to support government missions with emerging technology. We are honored to present the most coveted award in government contracting to Tony Frazier of Radiant Solutions. 

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Johns Hopkins University, APL to Join Facebook-Funded Tech Development Research Agreement

Johns Hopkins University and its Applied Physics Laboratory have joined a Facebook-sponsored academic research agreement that looks to advance the development of technology that will support collaborations between researchers and the social media company. The laboratory said Wednesday it will work with 15 other universities, including Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard, Princeton, University of …

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AT&T Appoints Glenn Hutchins to Board of Directors; Randall Stephenson Comments

Glenn Hutchins has been appointed to AT&T‘s board of directors and will serve on the corporate development and finance committee. The three-decade finance veteran is a co-founder and former co-CEO of Silver Lake, a technology investing firm with more than $23 billion under management, AT&T said Friday. “Glenn is one of the world’s pre-eminent technology …

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Executive Profile: Leif Ulstrup, CSC Federal Consulting President

Leif Ulstrup is president of the consulting practice for Computer Sciences Corp.’s North American public sector. CSC’s federal consulting practice provides management and technology consulting services that include strategic planning, change management, process improvement, service-oriented architecture, cloud computing, data management and analytics, enterprise resource planning, healthcare and logistics. Prior to …

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Another Reason to Update Security Software

A recent AP investigation uncovered a surprising side to child porn possession. Some individuals have recently been acquitted for possessing child porn because malware installed on their computer actually downloaded the images to their computer. Law enforcement professionals are understandable skeptical about this defense. As the director of the Cyber …

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Gen. Raduege Responds to Hathaway's Move to Harvard

Following Melissa Hathaway’s move to Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center, The New New Internet had the opportunity to discuss the move briefly with Gen. Harry Raduege, currently chairman at the Deloitte Center for Network Intergration. Raduege believes this move will prove useful for Hathaway and the nation. Moving to the …

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Hathaway Urges Government to 'Keep Pace with Cybersecurity'

In an article for Information Security Magazine, Melissa Hathaway, currently of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center, highlighted the centrality of the Internet and computer networks to U.S. national infrastructure. Hathaway’s contributions to moving cybersecurity forward resulted in her being awarded the Security 7 Award. The article, titled “Government Must …

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Melissa Hathaway Joins Harvard's Belfer Center

Melissa Hathaway, the National Security Council’s former acting senior director for cyberspace, a senior adviser on cybersecurity at the Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center. Specifically, she well be working on the Minerva Project, which is a collaborative effort between the DoD, Harvard, and …

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