SIGNAL Coverage: TechNet Asia-Pacific 2017
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Mission assurance and resilience can be interpreted differently, but having relevant tools and capabilities, developing solid multilateral partnerships and employing a trained work force are critical requirements for meeting many mission objectives.
Mission assurance and resilience can be interpreted differently, but having the tools, capabilities, partnerships and skilled work force that can respond to a variety of scenarios in a flexible manner is the ultimate goal.
The low-cost entry to access the same technology the military uses leaves open the possibility for embedded attacks on the technology we depend on.
It is essential to learn from cyber attacks conducted by state and nonstate actors to define resilience for cybersecurity or cyber terrorism.
Technology is rapidly expanding, and as a result, we must deal with changes in our organizations as well as in personal communications.
Today’s Internet of Things world saturates us with big data across all domains. We need a complete picture to enable decisions.
Partnering with industry, academia and other innovators is essential to make a difference in the Asia-Pacific region.
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White House Chief of Staff John Kelly’s personal mobile device was reportedly compromised. Our experts think his phone was compromised by a nation-state cyberattacker. Read why.
Lookout is positioned as a Leader in this IDC MarketScape for the MTM security software market. Read the report.
Get visibility into the full spectrum of mobile risk to protect intellectual property and increase productivity. Read the report.
Understanding the full range of risks to enterprise data from mobility. Read the report.
Telos Corp. was awarded a five-year, $45 million contract to support the U.S. Army's migration and modernization of telephone communications systems located in the Army Pacific (USARPAC) theater of operationst.
The U.S. Army has awarded a five-year, $81.5 million contract to Herndon, Virginia-based LGS Innovations. Under the contract, LGS will support the Army's Program Executive Officer Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) Power Projection Enablers (P2E) team at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. LGS will assist the P2E in data network modernization as part of the Pacific Data Project.
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