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CMS Business Division, Nuvotronics Provides Wide-Band Antenna to Enable NASA-GSFC SWESARR; Mike Twyman, Martin Amen Quoted

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Cubic Corporation has announced Nuvotronics, operating within its Cubic Mission Solutions (CMS) business division, has provided advanced multi-frequency antenna technology to enable the successful validation of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s (NASA-GSFC) Snow Water Equivalent Synthetic Aperture Radar and Radiometer (SWESARR), the company reported on Thursday

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Simetrica-Jacobs Releases Report, Analyzing Effects of COVID-19 on UK Wellbeing; Bob Pragada, Paul Dolan, Daniel Fujiwara Quoted

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Simetrica-Jacobs, Jacobs' subsidiary, and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) published a report on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health and wellbeing of people in the U.K., the company announced on Tuesday

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LexisNexis Risk Solutions Releases True Cost of Fraud Survey to Analyze Fraud Cost in Mexico; Rafael Costa Abreu Quoted

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LexisNexis Risk Solutions has released the 2019 True Cost of Fraud report in Mexico that surveyed 90 Mexican executives in retail commerce, e-commerce and financial services to show the cost of fraud in Mexico, the company announced on Wednesday

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Deloitte Releases White Paper Outlining Data on Government Ransomware Attacks; Srini Subramanian, Deborah Golden Quoted

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Deloitte’s Center for Government Insights has released "Ransoming Government: What state and local government can do to break free from ransomware attacks” that has analyzed ransomware attacks on state and local governments, the company announced on Wednesday.

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KPMG Releases Report, Showing U.S. Leads Against China in Disruptive Technologies; Tim Zanni Quoted

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KPMG has released its 2020 Global Technology Industry Innovation Survey, revealing that technology leaders regard the United States as the most promising market for developing disruptive technologies, with more than twice as many saying it's ahead of China and India, the company reported on Thursday

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VMware Publishes ‘2020 Cybersecurity Outlook’ Report to Reveal Cyber Attacker Behaviors, IT Security Team Relationship; Rick McElroy Quoted

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VMware has released the Carbon Black ‘2020 Cybersecurity Outlook’ report on Thursday, which has provided a holistic analysis of how attackers have evolved, what defenders have done to stay ahead of the curve and how security and IT teams can work together to enhance its protective software moving forward.

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SolarWinds Releases Cyber Readiness Report Findings: Including IT Complexity, Insider Threats; Brandon Shopp, Tim Brown Quoted

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SolarWinds has announced the findings of its sixth annual Public Sector Cybersecurity Survey Report, which has revealed the lack of cyber confidence and organizational maturity across the public sector, the company reported on Tuesday.

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Report Details Workforce Management Issues for State, Local Gov’t in 2019

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The Center for State and Local Government Excellence has found new researching detailing the potential challenges facing state and local governments in managing public sector employees in 2019. SLGE said Thursday that some efforts from top government officials in the coming year should focus on issues related to retirement benefit programs, personnel recruitment and retention, workforce development, financial security, and retirement systems and policies. 

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Gov’t Employees Consider Workforce Training, Development Critical to Federal IT Modernization

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A recent study has revealed that, on average, roughly half of federal government employees consider workforce training and development to be the most critical element in achieving information technology modernization at their respective agencies. The study was conducted by the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council in partnership with news organization MeriTalk.

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Study: Drone Tech Proliferation Puts Regional, International Security at Risk

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Foeke Postma and Wim Zwijnenburg of the Dutch non-government organization PAX stated in a July 2018 study that the proliferation of drone technology would likely put regional and international security at risk. The researchers subsequently called for “a vigorous assessment” to make sure drone technology is used “within existing legal frameworks” and conforms to international norms.

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