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Pan Kamal, VP of Marketing for Alert Enterprise, a security software company headquartered in Fremont, CA, explains in his opening remarks that he is going to describe Alert Enterprise’s award-...


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By Steve BittenbenderEditor, Government Security NewsWith the official start of the Christmas shopping season just hours away, technology experts are encouraging both shoppers and retailers to take...
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BEER-SHEVA, Israel, Nov. 22, 2016 Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) have demonstrated malware that can turn computers into perpetual eavesdropping devices, even without a...
Wed, 2016-11-23 11:23 AM


FAIRFAX, VA Nov. 22, 2016 Salient CRGT, Inc., a leading provider of Agile software development, data analytics, mobility, cyber security, and infrastructure solutions, today announced the addition of...
Wed, 2016-11-23 11:19 AM


FALLS CHURCH, VA Nov. 21, 2016 CSRA Inc. (NYSE: CSRA) announced it was awarded a re-competed contract with the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C)...
Wed, 2016-11-23 11:16 AM


DAKAR, Senegal Nov. 22, 2016 Africa-based IT security consulting firm Sylversys has partnered with Silicon Valley’s Atricore in the latest expansion of IT security and IAM for the African marketplace...
Wed, 2016-11-23 11:14 AM
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO Nov. 22, 2016 root9B, a root9B Technologies Company (OTCQB: RTNB) and leading provider of advanced cyber defense operations, services, and products for commercial and government...
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MENLO PARK, CA Nov. 17, 2016 Researchers from SRI International are leading a collaborative team to develop cutting-edge technology that can be used by utilities and cyber first responders to restore...
Fri, 2016-11-18 01:52 PM
TEL AVIV, Israel Nov. 16, 2016 Argus Cyber Security, the world's largest independent automotive cyber security company, today announced further expansion of its In-Vehicle Network Protection suite...
Thu, 2016-11-17 06:10 AM


By Steve BittenbenderEditor, Government Security NewsCome Jan. 20, 2017, the United States may be in a better position to fight the battle against cyber threats.It’s not necessarily because the...
Thu, 2016-11-17 04:21 AM
By Igor VolovichCEO, ROMAD Cyber SystemsTraditional law enforcement approaches against cybercrime are decidedly not scalable. I learned this firsthand during my time at Microsoft almost 15 years ago...
Thu, 2016-11-17 04:12 AM
By: Aubrey Merchant-DestFederal CTO, Blue Coat Systems
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HAIFA, Israel, Nov. 15, 2016 APERIO Systems today emerged from stealth mode, launching the industry’s first technology that detects artificial manipulations of industrial process data, enabling...

Commentary and Opinions

The collection of information generated from the online activities of citizens, by both private and public interests, has become so widespread and pervasive that it has prompted several social commentators to label today’s digital-defined culture as “The Surveillance Age.” The moniker is an apt one, in part given the fact that nearly every sovereign state with the means is conducting high-tech surveillance programs, a practice that is considered by most to be integral to national security and ensuring the safety of the state and its citizens.
By Jonathan LewisData breaches occur more often than we realize, and affect everyone from consumers to municipal governments. 
Government computing has undergone rapid change in recent years. Within the data center, multiple drivers are pushing cloud computing to the forefront, including technology policies such as “Cloud First” and general austerity mandates aimed at eliminating large infrastructure or asset ownership and management. Defense and military applications are also changing, as the applications that a warfighter utilizes at the tactical edge are becoming increasingly compute-intensive to enhance and extend combat cognition, efficiency and effectiveness.
Mobility, bring-your-own-device and telework policies pay off several times over. In addition to creating a work-life balance for employees with anytime, anywhere connectivity, the ability to go mobile can help to ease vexing budgetary constraints that many state and local governments will carry, once again, into a new year. With these benefits and a growing citizen demand for round-the-clock accessibility to government services and information, few will dispute that mobility presents a compelling value proposition for state and local governments.

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Millis, MA-based Kanguru Solutions, a manufacturer of secure IT storage solutions, has announced the ad...

Reston, VA-based Input, which specializes in government business, has unveiled new research detailing adoption trends for cloud computing, virtualization, service-oriented archi...

Rockville, MD-based Telvent reports that it is the first vendor selected to participate in a DHS superv...

Mobile Active Defense, LLC (M.A.D.) has announced the release of its patent-pending mobile firewall and contents filtering mecha...

GammaTech Computer Corp., a manufacturer of notebook and tablet computers, has introduced the newest member to its line of cost-effecti...

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Narus, a leader in real-time traffic intelligence for protecting governments, service providers and enterprises, just completed its 2010 annual cyber security survey focusing on the United States. Sponsored jointly with Converge Network Digest and Government Secuirty News, the survey queried a cross-section of security professionals in a variety of industries, and revealed compelling details relating to cyber security concerns, opinons and expectations for protection against attacks. More...