Tag Archives: National Security Agency

Executive Spotlight: Ted Davies, CEO of Altamira Technologies

Ted Davies CEO Altamira Technologies

Ted Davies, chief executive officer of Altamira Technologies, a high-end engineering and analytics company focused on the national security market, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding how the company has continued its growth strategy by adding new leadership, integrating advanced technologies and winning contracts across the federal sector over the last year. 

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BlackBerry Endpoint Mgmt Software Receives NSA CSfC Certification

BlackBerry

BlackBerry's unified endpoint management software has been certified under a National Security Agency program that seeks to guarantee the cybersecurity of a commercial product for U.S. government use. The BlackBerry UEM offering, designed to help organizations manage devices and applications, is now part of NSA's Commercial Solutions for Classified Program, the company said Wednesday.

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Army Vet Richard Zahner Joins Tachyum Gov’t Advisory Board

Richard Zahner Advisory Board Member Tachyum Government Corp.

Richard Zahner, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general, has been named an advisory board member of the government business unit at Santa Clara, California-based processor developer Tachyum. “To ensure that we are properly addressing the demanding needs of defense and intelligence organizations, we need people who have served on the front lines, and who have senior command and policy experience to help us tailor our solutions to best serve these institutions," said Radoslav Danilak, founder and CEO of Tachyum.

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Viasat Rolls Out NSA-Certified Handheld Radio Configuration; Andy Kessler Quoted

Andy Kessler VP Viasat

Viasat has unveiled a new configuration for its handheld Link 16 radio product designed to help military users communicate during ground or air missions. The National Security Agency cleared the updated AN/PRC-161 Battlefield Awareness and Targeting System – Dismounted radio technology to support communications of U.S. general purpose forces, coalition troops and members of the “five eyes” international consortium, the company said Wednesday.

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