Tag Archives: resilience

Roy Azevedo on Key Ideas That Drive Raytheon’s Military Tech Dev’t Efforts

A Forbes article about a conversation with Roy Azevedo, president of Raytheon's space and airborne systems unit, highlights some of the ideas that drive the company’s military technology development initiatives. One of the ideas Azevedo cited is the transition from warfighting “platforms” toward the adoption of flexible “systems of systems” when it comes to modern warfare, according to the article published Monday.

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ICF’s Randy James: DoD, Public Sector Agencies Need a Coordinated Mission Assurance Strategy

Randy James, a senior vice president at ICF, has said the Department of Defense and other public sector agencies should work together to build up efforts in order to ensure mission assurance. James wrote in a Nextgov article published Monday that the current global security landscape calls for government agency leaders to collaborate with their counterparts across national security, defense and intelligence agencies to come up with “coordinated mission assurance plans.”

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Unisys’ John Kendall: Privacy Protection Fundamental to Border Control AI Tools

John Kendall, border and national security program director at Unisys‘ global public sector business, has stressed the need for security safeguards when employing artificial intelligence and machine learning for border protection. In an article published Friday on Nextgov, Kendall espoused the benefits of microsegmentation, multifactor authentication, resilience and human analysis …

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