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  • Thales to Provide Hardware-Based Encription Tech for Tunisia's Natl Digital Certification Agency - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Thales to Provide Hardware-Based Encription Tech for Tunisia’s Natl Digital Certification Agency

    Thales will deliver hardware-based encryption technology to Tunisia’s National Digital Certification Agency to help the country secure newly modernized national public key infrastructure designed to offer online services for e-government, e-commerce, e-banking and e-health applications. Thales said Wednesday its hardware security modules will help generate and defend keys against cyber attacks or potential malicious use. The company’s […] More

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    XLA to Support USAID Operations in Middle East, North Africa

    XLA has secured a potential five-year, $25 million contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development to support USAID’s operations across the Middle East and North Africa. The company said Monday it will provide acquisition and assistance, administrative and financial management, technical sector and program office support services to USAID’s Middle East Regional Platform and […] More

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    PAE to Support Maritime Surveillance, C3/S Functions in Tunisia; Kenneth Myers Comments

    PAE has received a contract to provide maritime surveillance support to the government of Tunisia in North Africa as part of the U.S. Navy‘s Regional Maritime Awareness Capability program that looks to bolster the maritime domain awareness of host nations. The company said Monday it will help provide command, control, communications and surveillance services through the program […] More

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    State Dept OKs $101M Kiowa Warrior Helicopter Equipment Sale to Tunisia

    Tunisia has asked to buy $100.8 million in equipment, training and support services for the country’s future fleet of OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopters from the U.S. under a foreign military sales deal approved by the State Department. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency said Tuesday the sale covers 25 embedded GPS/inertial navigation systems, 24 AN/AAR-57 common missile warning systems, […] More

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    Italy Renews Lease on Lockheed’s Gulfstream SIGINT Aircraft Through 2016

    Italy has extended its lease on Lockheed Martin‘s Gulfstream III signals intelligence aircraft through the spring of 2016 amid security concerns in Libya and Tunisia, Defense News reported Saturday. Tom Kington writes that Lockheed’s Airborne Multi-INT Laboratory provides communications and electronic intelligence functions and works as a “flying ISR test bed” equipped with a ground data link and electro-optic sensor. […] More

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    Israel Hires Hackers to Cyber Spy

    A military spokesman said the Israeli army is seeking “hackers who were born and raised online” to break into databases for espionage purposes, Ynet news reported. Speaking at a panel on the subject of  the digital medium as strategic weapon in Tel Aviv on Tuesday, Brig. Gen. Avi Benayahu said the Israeli army was searching […] More

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    Anonymous Attacks Tunisian Government for 'War on Free Speech'

    Web activists attacked and temporarily crippled several Tunisian government websites in an act of protest against the country’s embattled leadership. At least eight websites were targeted, including those of the president, prime minister, ministry of industry, ministry of foreign affairs, and the stock exchange, Al Jazeera reports. The attack, which began Sunday night, coincided with a national […] More

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    Africa Could become World's Cyber-crime Capital

    Russia and China are often considered the two nations leading in cyber crime, but there is a runner-up that could take the leading spot in Internet misdeeds: Africa. Cybersecurity experts estimate 80 percent of computers on the African continent are already infected with viruses and other malicious software, according to Foreign Policy. The combination of […] More

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