Tag Archives: terrorism

Deloitte: Global Aerospace & Defense Sector’s 2016 Revenue Hit $674B; Robin Lineberger Comments

A new report from Deloitte says that global aerospace and defense revenue increased by 2.4 percent to $674.4 billion during 2016. The 2017 Global A&D Sector Financial Performance Study is based on an analysis of top 100 A&D companies worldwide that recorded more than $500 million in revenues last year, the company said Thursday. …

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Mark Testoni, John Poindexter: Data Access Rules, Privacy Concerns Pose Challenge to Predictive Analytics Use

Mark Testoni, president and CEO of SAP National Security Services, has said various data access and sharing rules have posed a challenge to U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies that seek to gain insights from big data to help predict terrorist attacks and other crimes, Bloomberg reported Thursday.  Chris Strohm writes Testoni told …

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SAP NS2’s Mark Testoni: Data Digitization, Open Source Platforms Could Help in Law Enforcement, Intelligence Operations

Mark Testoni, president and CEO of SAP National Security Services, told CNBC Asia in an interview aired Wednesday that commercial open-source platforms that companies use for consumer sentiment can now be applied in intelligence and law enforcement operations. Testoni said that law enforcement agencies have started to use such platforms to identify individuals …

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SAP NS2’s Mark Testoni: Digital Pattern Identification Key in Counterterror Efforts

Terrorists often leave behind digital evidence that could indicate their travel plans and financial activities prior to an attack and technology to find and monitor those footprints is starting to be applied in investigations by law enforcement agencies, the CEO of SAP National Security Services told CNBC Monday. Mark Testoni said some of those …

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CACI to Offer Mission Planning Support Through SOCOM JGASS Contract; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI International will work to support mission planning efforts of U.S. geographic combatant commands worldwide as part of a five-year, $180 million Joint Geospatial Analytic Support Services contract awarded to the company by Special Operations Command. The company said Monday the contract seeks to expand its footprint in the intelligence services market and contains …

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ReportsnReports.com: Terrorist Attacks to Drive Smart Security Market’s Growth

A new ReportsnReports.com analysis projects the smart security market will experience a compound annual growth rate of 18.59 percent through 2019 due to increasing incidents of terrorist attacks. The online market research firm said Friday recent terrorism-related incidents have spurred several countries to adopt smart security products, including intruder alarms, video …

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ReportsnReports.com: Public Safety Concerns to Drive Homeland Security Market Growth

The homeland security market will see a compound annual growth rate of 9.86 percent through 2019 due to increasing demand for public safety and security technologies amid terrorist attacks, ReportsnReports.com says in a new report. The firm said Sunday the need for quick response from law enforcement to threat incidents will drive the demand for border, aviation, …

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Ken Asbury: CACI Extends Support for CENTCOM Counter Narco-Terrorism Mission

CACI International will provide the U.S. Central Command with counter narco-terrorism support across the command’s area of responsibility under a $62.5 million contract awarded through the Rapid Response 3rd Generation vehicle. Ken Asbury, CACI president and CEO, said Tuesday that the contract extends the company’s work on CENTCOM’s counter narco-terrorism mission, which aims to combat terrorism and drug …

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Juan Zarate on his Latest Book ‘Treasury’s War’, Private-Public Financial Collaboration in National Security Efforts, and the Power of the ‘Carrot’ of Financial Inclusion

On the heels of the late 2013 release of his second book, Treasury’s War: The Unleashing of a New Era of Financial Warfare, Juan Zarate caught up with ExecutiveBiz to discuss his and the Treasury Department’s work in the years after 9/11 to promote U.S. national security interests through sophisticated …

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