Last year proved lucrative for cyber criminals, and 2016 is shaping up to be even better, with a seemingly unsuspecting victim in the hacking crosshairs: driverless cars, according to Dell Security. In 2015, hackers carried out a massive number of breaches against organizations and government agencies in spite of the millions of dollars spent not only to safeguard networks, but also to hire security experts and train employees on proper cyber hygiene, according to the company’s annual cybersecurity report released Monday.
Dell, Round Rock, Texas, was awarded a $9,604,789 firm-fixed-price contract for desktop computers and tablets. The Army Contracting Command, Tobyhanna, Pa., is the contracting activity.
Blue Tech, San Diego, California; CDWG, Vernon Hills, Illinois; Countertrade, Arvada, Colorado; Dell, Round Rock, Texas; GTSI Corporation, Herndon, Virginia; Intelligent Decisions, Incorporated, Ashburn, Virginia; Iron Bow Technologies, Chantilly, Virginia; ITG/EPLUS, Falls Church, Virginia; NCS Technologies Incorporated, Gainesville, Virginia; and World Wide Technology Incorporated, St. Louis, Missouri, are each being awarded an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple-award contract for commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) computer systems, including ruggedized and non-ruggedized desktops and laptops, as well as servers and other associated computer equipment and accessories.
Dell Federal Systems has received an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity delivery order for $13,969,235 by the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC). Dell will provide Marine Corps hardware suite support for the MCSC program manager for training systems. The Marine Corps Systems Command, Quantico, Virginia, is the contracting activity.