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Justice Dept Addresses Coronavirus Fraud Website

The Department of Justice has ordered the shutdown and investigation of a business that claims to be a provider of COVID-19 coronavirus vaccines. A website, known as coronavirusmedicalkit.com, charges a $4.95 shipping fee for what the business claims to be a vaccine kit authorized by the World Health Organization, DOJ said Sunday.

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Thomson Reuters Acquires Pondera Solutions to Advance Fraud Solutions; Steve Rubley, Jon Coss Quoted

Thomson Reuters has acquired Pondera Solutions, a leading provider of technology and advanced analytics to combat fraud, waste and abuse in healthcare and large government programs, Thomson Reuters announced on Thursday. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

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DOJ Discusses Dark Web Legal Concerns in New Document

The Department of Justice's (DOJ) Cybersecurity Unit has published a document that addresses the legality of certain intelligence-gathering approaches. The unit tackled methods that utilize online "dark web" forums where contributors discuss computer crimes and sell illegally obtained data, DOJ said.

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BAE Systems Receives $126M Task Order From USMS to Provide Mission Critical Sustainment, Engineering Services; Mark Keeler Quoted

The U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) has awarded BAE Systems a $126 million task order to provide mission critical sustainment and engineering services to the USMS’ Information Technology (IT) Division, the company announced on Thursday.

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ATF Selects Axon for DoJ Pilot Program to Support Federal Joint Task Forces with New Digital Services; Richard Coleman Quoted

Axon has partnered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to equip agents and investigators with the Axon Investigator suite of solutions and body cameras to support the Federal Joint Task Forces, the company announced on Monday

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FBI Investigates Israeli Spyware Company After Cyber Attacks on U.S. Tech Firm, Civilians

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is examining the connection between NSO Group Technologies, an Israeli spyware company, and recent intelligence and cybersecurity incidents involving governments and American corporations and civilians, according to four people knowledgeable about the investigation, Reuters reported Friday.

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SAIC Names Elaine Solomon Senior Account Executive; Bob Genter Quoted

Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) has appointed Elaine Solomon as the senior account executive over business development for the FBI, Department of Justice (DOJ) and federal law enforcement agencies, including the Bureau of Prisons, Drug Enforcement Agency, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives and the U.S. Marshals Service, the company reported on Friday.

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