Posts from GovConDaily 01/03/2017

DHS: Russian Intell Services Conducted Spearphishing Attacks Against US Critical Infrastructure, Govt Agencies

A Department of Homeland Security report says Russian intelligence services performed spearphishing attacks and other malicious cyber operations called Grizzly Steppe in order to gain access into networks of U…
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Secret Service Implements Cyber & IT Strategy to Boost Agent Mobility

The U.S. Secret Service have begun to implement its first cyber and information technology strategic plan that covers agency goals to develop a network operations security center and bolster mobility for special agents and uniformed officers, Signal Magazine reported Sunday…
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HPE’s Earl Matthews: Agencies Should Adopt Situational Awareness Model for Cybersecurity

Earl Matthews, a vice president at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, has said public sector organizations should evolve from a continuous diagnostics and mitigation approach to a situational awareness model that can foster cybersecurity collaboration…
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Getac Receives S410 Notebook Order From US Army; Scott Shainman Comments

Getac has received an order for 3,750 S410 semi-rugged notebook computers from the U.S. Army‘s product management team for Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care. The MC4 team will adopt the notebooks to capture medical treatment data in operational environments and provide a lifelong electronic health record to service members, Getac said Tuesday…
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Trey Hodgkins: Industry Seeks Collaboration With Incoming Administration to Address Govt IT, Cyber Challenges

Trey Hodgkins, senior vice president of the Information Technology Alliance for Public Sector, said the technology industry wants to collaborate with the incoming administration to help address cybersecurity, IT modernization and procurement challenges in the federal government, Federal News Radio reported Friday…
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Army’s Rapid Capabilities Office Moves Forward With EW Tech Prototype Devt Plans

The U.S. Army‘s Rapid Capabilities Office has obtained approval from the service branch to develop a prototype of an electronic warfare in a “phased” manner, Defense News reported Friday…
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SuperCom to Help South American Country Implement Land & Geographic Info System

SuperCom has won an 18-month, $9 million contract to provide a web-based land and geographical information system to a government customer in South America. The company said Friday it will help the client migrate and implement SuperCom’s cloud-based Land and Geographical Registration and Information Management System…
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NARA Aims to Clarify Privileges Over Presidential Records via Proposed Rule

The National Archives and Records Administration has released a proposed rule with the goal to clarify current and former presidents’ control over records during their terms, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday…
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Airbus to Supply H145M Helicopters to Serbia

Airbus will produce and deliver nine H145M helicopters and associated logistics support to Serbia’s government under a contract signed with the country’s interior and defense ministries…
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Transparency Market Research: Military Radar Market Worth $9.4B by 2024

A new Transparency Market Research report predicts the global market for military radar platforms to grow to $9.36 billion by the end of 2024 at a compound annual growth rate of 2.4 percent. TMR said Friday government investments in radar research and development efforts are likely to drive the worldwide military radar market…
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VIDEO: Lockheed Martin to produce F-35 jets for South Korea

The U.S. Pentagon awards Lockheed Martin a $450 mln contract to develop F-35 fighter jets for South Korea.
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