Executive Mosaic, the leading executive media and events company in the government contracting “GovCon” industry, announced the 2020 winners of the highly coveted and prestigious Wash100 Award. The full list of winners and more information about the award can be found on Wash100.com.Read More »
The Army Research Office and the National Security Agency have jointly launched a solicitation for methods and protocols to characterize, verify and validate computing platforms with 10 to 20 qubits.Read More »
The National Information Assurance Partnership has listed Attila Security’s GoSilent data security platform, verifying the product’s compliance with NIAP requirements. The company said May 14 its GoSilent platform, which was first developed at the National Security Agency, is also pending for NIAP’s Stateful Firewall and VPN Gateway protection profiles.Read More »
Eric Jung, commercial solutions for classified program director at Perspecta Labs, wrote in an opinion piece published Wednesday on C4ISRNET that there are three approaches agencies can implement to ensure the security of government data on commercial networks and one is through streamlined CSfC deployment of mobile applications.Read More »
The U.S. Army and National Security Agency are seeking quantum computing concepts to support research into complex algorithms that span a range of computational areas.Read More »
Gen. Paul Nakasone, NSA & Cybercom Head, Added to 2019 Wash100 for Leading U.S. Efforts in Cyberspace & Intellectual Property Protection
Executive Mosaic is happy to announce Gen. Paul Nakasone, commander of U.S. cyber command for the U.S. Army, has been selected to the 2019 edition of the Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for his cyberspace contributions and protecting U.S. intellectual property against the nations chipping away at U.S. advantages in cyberspace. This marks the third consecutive Wash100 award for Nakasone.Read More »
Col. Garth Winterle, project manager for tactical radios at program executive office for command, control and communications-tactical, has said the U.S. Army has been advancing an acquisition strategy for software-defined radios, National Defense reported Friday. “Software defined radios allow for less complicated waveform upgrades and do not require costly hardware changes as we incorporate electronic warfare hardening and cyber protection,” Winterle said.