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Didier Faivre

EU, ESA Fund German-Built GPS Satellites for Europe; Didier Faivre Comments

Didier Faivre Europe will launch its own global positioning satellites built by German aerospace firm OHB System as the continent moves to become independent of the U.S. GPS system, ...
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DOE Taps Intel, Cray for Help in Exascale Supercomputer Shift

Sudip Dosanjh The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center has partnered with Intel and Cray to launch a program to help with the transition of the Energy Department‘s ...
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NSWC Crane, Purdue To Enter Commercialization Agreement

The Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane, Indiana, has teamed with Purdue University to carry out research projects in new technologies. Both organizations will formalize the partnership ...
mobile device management

DISA Approves Good Technology’s iOS 7-Focused Mobile Security Guide

The Defense Information Systems Agency has approved a secure technical implementation guide designed to help federal agencies implement a Good Technology-built mobile security platform ...
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Army Col. Jim Ekvall: Electronic Warfare Key in ‘Drone Wars’

Col. Jim Ekvall Col. Jim Ekvall, the U.S. Army‘s electronic warfare division chief, points to electronic warfare as key to gain an advantage over enemy forces amid the prevalence ...
cybersecurity

Dawn Leaf: Labor Dept Updating IT Infrastructure, Governance Framework

Dawn Leaf, deputy chief information officer at the Labor Department, has said that initiatives are under way to modernize and consolidate the agency’s information technology systems, ...
big data

NIST to Invest in Forensic Analytics Lab

The National Institute of Standards and Technology will issue federal grants to establish a laboratory for collaborative research into forensic methods and technologies. NIST said Tuesday ...
Frank Konieczny

Frank Konieczny: Air Force Eyes Role-Based Authentication to Protect Data

Frank Konieczny The U.S. Air Force has launched a pilot to explore role-based authentication tools to control employee access to data based on their roles and responsibilities, Federal ...
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Qualys’ Billy Rios: Procurement Process Key to Stopping Cyber Attacks on Federal Facilities

Billy Rios, director of threat intelligence at Qualys, has called for increased effort to protect private industry and federal industrial control systems over existing security regulations ...
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Mark Cherry: Air Force, Aurora Build Small UAS for Afghanistan ISR

The U.S. Air Force has partnered with Aurora Flight Sciences to develop a small unmanned aircraft system for usage in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations in ...