Tag Archives: open source

ArchIntel Releases White Paper to Analyze OSINT, CI in a Competitive Marketplace; Jim Garrettson Quoted


ArchIntel, a provider of concise actionable intelligence to business leaders, has released its latest white paper, “Leveraging OSINT for Competitive Advantage: A Guide to Having Your Listening Post,” that analyzes how open source intelligence (OSINT) can enhance business performance and gain competitive advantages in a marketplace. Learn more by downloading a free copy of the white paper here.

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Nicolas Chaillan: Air Force’s Joint All-Domain C2 Effort to Require New Data Architecture

Nicolas Chaillan, chief software officer of the U.S. Air Force, said the service branch’s effort to link the military across all domains through the Joint All-Domain Command and Control program would not entail a major technology transformation but would require a "completely new" open-source data architecture, FedScoop reported Tuesday.

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GSA, USDA, Labor Dept Awarded Second Round of Tech Modernization Funds

The Technology Modernization Board has awarded $23.5M in second round of funds to help three federal agencies upgrade their information technology infrastructure, Federal Times reported Monday. The General Services Administration and the departments of Agriculture and Labor were the award recipients under the Technology Modernization Fund’s round two.

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IBM Strikes $34B Deal for Red Hat; Ginni Rometty, Jim Whitehurst Quoted

IBM has agreed to acquire Red Hat for approximately $34B in a move both companies expect to create a global hybrid cloud provider. IBM said Sunday it will pay $190M in cash for each share of Red Hat under the deal that is expected to conclude in the latter half of next year, subject to approvals by Red Hat shareholders and regulators.

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La’Naia Jones: Intelligence Community Aims Cyber Efforts at Hacking Capability Commoditization, Ransomware

La’Naia Jones, deputy chief information officer at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, has said the intelligence community has started to direct its cybersecurity efforts against the use of ransomware by nation state-related threat actors, expansion of the information technology supply chain exploits and commoditization of breaching capabilities, MeriTalk reported Wednesday.

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