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OCX May Pave Way For ‘Huge’ Raytheon Cyber Business

Posted by Colin Clark on

COLORADO SPRINGS: OCX, for the last two years the most troubled space acquisition program and a watchword for the high risks of being the first program to try and meet the Pentagon’s highest cyber security standards, may now open the way for Raytheon to plow its way deep into the rich fields of the cyber security market.… Keep reading →

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Carter Visit Highlights Army’s Cybersecurity

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on

FORT HUACHUCA, ARIZ.: On his way west for a major Pacific summit, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter made sure to stop here in the Arizona desert to visit a new cybersecurity center. The nascent “fusion center,” which reached Initial Operating Capability (IOC) in the last three months, will monitor Army networks in new ways. Carter changed… Keep reading →

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Cyber War Against ISIL Hones Weapons Vs. Russia, China

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on

WASHINGTON: The US is waging an outright cyber war against Daesh, the self-proclaimed Islamic State, the Secretary of Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs made clear this morning. While Carter did not say so, we believe this is the first official confirmation by a senior military official that the United States has waged… Keep reading →

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