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NASA Research Center Eyes Collaborative Cybersecurity With Proposed ‘Gryphon X’ Project

A cybersecurity proposal from NASA‘s Ames Research Center in California seeks to address vulnerabilities on the agency’s current and emerging infrastructure through collaboration with industry, Fedscoop reported Monday. Greg Otto writes Jerry Davis, NASA Ames chief information officer, is working to get the Gryphon X initiative in front of agency leaders. “NASA’s not …

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Deborah Lee James: Govt-Industry Collaboration Drives ’21st Century’ Air Force Acquisition System

U.S. Air Force Sec. Deborah Lee James has detailed the service branch’s Bending the Cost Curve acquisition system that seeks to support innovation and deliver cost savings and process efficiencies. James wrote in a guest piece published Wednesday on Defense One that the Air Force worked with the defense industry as part of efforts to develop …

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Obama Signs Order to Encourage Public-Private Supercomputer R&D Efforts

President Barack Obama has ordered federal agencies to collaborate with companies and academic organizations to research, develop and implement high-performance computing technology. The White House said Wednesday the order establishes a government-wide initiative aimed at accelerating discovery and adoption of computers that would process data about 100 times faster than …

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John Brennan: CIA Shapes Strategy on Cyber-Counterterrorism, Foreign Intell Relationships

CIA Director John Brennan has outlined the agency’s international strategy and partnership with foreign allies in light of current and emerging challenges and opportunities in the global security landscape. In his remarks at a recent Council on Foreign Relations event and published Friday on the CIA website, Brennan said the strategy focuses on addressing …

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