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Don’t Hack Back: Call The FBI & They’ll Call NSA

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


“The average time it takes to discover a data breach is about six months,” said Hickey, a deputy assistant attorney general at the Justice Department specializing in cybersecurity and China. By the time you realize you’ve been hacked, it’s too late to “hack back” and shut down your attacker.

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DoD ‘Office’ Functions Move To Cloud In Multi-Billion-Dollar Contract

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A new warfighting network, DEOS, will provide common enterprise applications at local base, post, camp, and station levels — including deployed and afloat organizations.

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Oracle’s Hail Mary Appeal Against JEDI

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Oracle says a federal judge called the procurement “unlawful” — but that word doesn’t actually show up once in his 60-page ruling. And that isn’t Oracle’s only problem.

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Oracle vs. Pentagon: Why Judge Approved A Single Vendor For JEDI Cloud

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The release of the full 60-page ruling provides new insights on how Judge Bruggink decided the case.

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Oracle vs. Pentagon & Amazon: JEDI Trial Starts

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


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At stake is not just a $10 billion IT contract, but an information age weapon.

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AI In Your Eye: Army Goggles Will ID Targets Automatically

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Army soldiers are testing goggles with an image-recognition system that can automatically spot threats like tanks and warn the rest of the squad — or transmit the target data to a distant missile battery so they can take it out.

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Pentagon Frustrated By Silicon Valley Rejection: Joint Chiefs Chairman

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HALIFAX: The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs expressed frustration Saturday over the refusal of some tech giants to work with the US military. “I have a hard time with companies that are working very hard to engage in the market inside China,” said Gen. Joe Dunford at the Halifax Security Forum, “then don’t want to work… Keep reading →

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Microsoft Co-Founder Rolls Out Satellite Launch Plane: ORS Plus?

Posted by Colin Clark on


You may want to read the headline a few times just to make sure you’re not missing the point. Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft and another one of those billionaires who’ve gotten very excited about the space launch business, wants to fly a really huge plane — built of composites, powered by six 747 engines,… Keep reading →

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DOD, Microsoft Agree To Landmark Enterprise Licensing Deal

Posted by Henry Kenyon on


The Defense Department has awarded a first of its kind joint enterprise licensing agreement for Microsoft collaboration, mobility, productivity and security tools. Valued at $617 million, the three-year agreement will allow the Army, Air Force and the Defense Information Systems Agency to begin using the latest versions of the company’s products. The agreement creates a… Keep reading →

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