Tag Archives: Michael Chertoff

Michael Chertoff Joins Noblis Board of Trustees

Noblis elected former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff to the company’s board of trustees, Noblis announced Monday. Chertoff served as secretary from 2005 to 2009 and is co-founder and managing principal of the global security advisory firm Chertoff Group. The Chertoff Group provides strategic security advice and assistance, risk management …

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Intelligence Community Convenes for Security Forum

With the elimination of Osama bin Laden, concerns of retaliatory strikes are growing. Add to that the anniversary of Sept. 11 quickly approaching and the United State’s military involvement in the Middle East continuing to anger America’s enemies, it’s no wonder the Intelligence Community is bracing for some type of …

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Cyber Espionage, a Global Problem

In the wake of reports of more countries being targeted by complex malware, cyber espionage has become an increasingly global concern for government and industry leaders over the past year, making loss of sensitive information and data an everyday problem for most nations. Although cyber espionage is relatively new way …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – April 28, 2010

CGI’s Donna Morea was named ‘Woman of the Year’ by Learning for Life and the National Capital Area Council Boy Scouts of America. San Fransisco’s systems administrator was found guilty of tampering with government computers. Orbital Sciences and L-3 won Navy deals. This cyber criminal got jail time and a …

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Cyber Attack Me? I’ll Send Special Forces After You

Fault Lines, a television program run by Al Jazeera, recently ran a segment on cyber warfare, which included interviews with notable experts like Michael Chertoff and James Lewis. During his interview, Chertoff discussed the possiblity of responding to a cyber attack with kinetic response, such as utilizing Special Forces to …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – March 26, 2010

Michael Chertoff joined the board of directors at BAE. Raytheon named Dave Jensen VP of communications for IIS. A hacker was sentenced to 20 years in prison…twice. Email users continue to open spam. This laser could keep hackers at bay. Congress put the brakes on cyber command. GSA launched its …

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Daily GovCon Recap – March 11, 2010

General Dynamics secured a deal to support the FAA’s FAVES program. Northrop Grumman’s Paul K. Russell will lead their new space business unit. ATMs are an inviting target for cyber criminals. Michael Chertoff commented on the lessons learned from CyberShockwave. The Zeus botnet has been disrupted by Spanish police. The …

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