Posts from GovCon Daily for 06/22/2015

Breaking Defense: Army Joint Tactical Vehicle Award Due in Late Summer

Lockheed Martin, AM General and Oshkosh have used what they call non-traditional approaches to build the protective features of their respective teams’ Joint Light Tactical Vehicle offerings for the U…
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Booz Allen, Trend Micro Partner to Provide Integrated Threat Intell Services

Booz Allen Hamilton will combine its predictive threat intelligence consulting services with Trend Micro‘s collected threat intelligence to provide an integrated cybersecurity offering. The companies said Monday the strategic partnership will work to provide security operations services, including “hunting” of advanced persistent threats, malware analysis and security operations center support…
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David Wennergren Suggests Cybersecurity Focus Shift to Measurable Outcomes

David Wennergren, senior vice president of technology at the Professional Services Council, has suggested a change in industry and government attitudes towards the adoption of new technologies and focus on measurable outcomes for cybersecurity strategies…
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Carahsoft to Offer Skyport’s SkySecure Product Via SEWP V; Michael Shrader Comments

Carahsoft Technology has joined the channel partner program of Skyport Systems to deliver the latter’s SkySecure offering to agencies as part of efforts to protect government information technology systems and applications…
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NIST Issues Final Guidance on CUI Protection in Nonfederal Systems

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has finalized its guidance on how to implement measures to protect sensitive federal information in the hands of government contractors. NIST said Friday it worked with the National Archives and Records Administration to develop the “Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Information Systems and Organizations” (NIST Special Publication 800-171) document…
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