Technology

Bipartisan Congress Group Drafts Letter for Network Security Funds

Reps. Michael McCaul, R-Texas; Mike Gallagher, R-Wis.; Jim Langevin, D-R.I.; and Cedric Richmond, D-La., intend to urge other lawmakers for network security support and boosted COVID-19 response across states, The Hill reported Friday. The representatives plan to issue a letter that will address other legislators and request for support to fund state network security amid the pandemic.

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Pavilion Data Systems Launches NVMeAcademy to Provide Support to NVMe Protocol; V.R. Satish, Chris Evans Quoted

Pavilion Data Systems has launched NVMeAcademy.com, which will provide easily consumed videos and papers for the design, implementation, and operation of the NVMe protocol and its networking counterpart NVMe-over-Fabrics, the company announced on Tuesday. 

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DHS Provides Employees, Contractors Network Access Via Alternative Credentials

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has started releasing derived alternative credentials to allow staff and contractors with expiring personal identity verification cards to gain remote access to DHS networks during the coronavirus pandemic, Federal News Network reported Monday.

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Air Force Metal Technology Office Applies Modern Methods to Aircraft Repair

Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Metal Technology Office uses a variety of technologies to replace aircraft parts and support repair operations across the force. The office's team applies additive manufacturing, heat treatment, welding and other methods to help repair teams maintain aircraft, Wright-Patterson AF Base said Friday.

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U.S., Czech Republic Form Partnership to Promote 5G

The United States and the Czech Republic have agreed to assist each other as both countries are implementing the use of 5G networks for public and economic applications. Both countries made this agreement last Wednesday as a joint declaration.

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