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Government Agencies Move to Secure Data on Non-Government Systems

November 18, 2014
By George I. Seffers

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published for public review draft recommendations to ensure the confidentiality of sensitive federal information residing on the computers of contractors and other nonfederal organizations working for the government.

VA Using Technology to Help Quash Disparities For Rural Vets Needing Health Care

November 18, 2014
By Sandra Jontz

Technology plays a central role in helping the Department of Veterans Affairs work smarter, not harder, to medically treat veterans, particularly those who live in rural areas of the nation.

Students to Learn Cybersafety With New Program

November 14, 2014
By Sandra Jontz

Intel Security partnered with Discovery Education to launch a three-year national education initiative with a goal of reaching at least 35 million students with a brand new program to teach safe cyberpractices. “Think Before You Link” is the first and only Discovery Education-supported initiative to focus on cybersecurity education with a first of its kind digital safety curricula.

Nonprofit Effort Provides Training Programs for Veterans

November 12, 2014
By Sandra Jontz

The SAP National Security Services Serves veterans employment program is an independent, nonprofit initiative to give back to the community it serves and provide a solution for the troubling unemployment rates for veterans.

Daily Recap from TechNet Asia-Pacific

November 12, 2014

Comprehensive coverage of each day's activities will be available daily, after the start of the conference.

Federal Employees Still Suffer Low Morale, Survey Shows

November 7, 2014
By Sandra Jontz

Federal employees continue to express overall discontent with their jobs, agencies and senior leadership, and the dissatisfaction leads to a staggering amount of lost productivity, experts say.

U.S. Army Ponders 3-D Printed Food For Troops

November 6, 2014
By Sandra Jontz

The U.S. Army has not begun using a 3-D printer for food—yet. But scientists at the Natick Research Center have the idea and the funding to research the potential capabilities of 3-D food printers.

Task Force Cyber Awakening Recommendations Due

November 3, 2014
By George I. Seffers

The U.S. Navy’s Task Force Cyber Awakening, which was established in July, is expected to deliver its first report to the service’s leadership this month, task force officials say. The report will include recommendations for improving the service’s cyber posture, both ashore and afloat.

Clarifying DISA's Cloud Computing Role

October 29, 2014
George I. Seffers

The Defense Department is expected very soon to release a new policy revising the role DISA plays in brokering cloud services. The changes are designed to speed cloud service acquisitions. DISA no longer will be the sole acquisition agency, but it will continue to ensure network access to cloud service providers is secure and reliable, agency officials say.

Northrop Grumman Sets World Record with 1-Terahertz Circuit

October 28, 2014
By Sandra Jontz

A five-year project funded by the Defense Department’s research arm and developed by Northrop Grumman Corporation has netted the world’s fastest integrated circuit amplifier and a place in the record books.

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