Ten years after Sept. 11, we look at how the market has changed and where we are headed.
The Homeland Security Department announced its annual allocations for state and local agencies for disasters and terrorist attacks. What targets does DHS want protected?
Tuesday afternoon's 5.8 earthquake left hundreds of thousands of people along the East Coast temporarily without cell-phone service as circuits became overloaded and communications in many cases was reduced to texting or tweets. So what's a nation to do?
Northrop Grumman Corp. will continue to provide operational and maintenance support for New York City's wireless network thanks to a five-year, $207 million contract renewal.
McAfee's report says 72 organizations, including 13 contractors, have been compromised, and petabytes of sensitive data have been stolen. Some experts suspect China as the culprit.
After David Poirier became general manager of SAVA Workforce Solutions in 2008, annual revenues and employee numbers began to increase almost immediately. Today it ranks at the top of the 2011 Fast 50.
Strategic Enterprise Solutions Inc. has completed its acquisition of Evolution Technologies Inc., which specializes in emergency and disaster process, systems support and electronic information exchange.
It still is not smooth sailing for the Coast Guard's Deepwater program in which costs continue to go up, according to a new report.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide the Transportation Security Administration with new passenger screening and security equipment across the east and central United States under two, two-year regional task orders worth a combined $72 million.
Raytheon Co. has won the nation's initial competitive Public Safety Long Term Evolution contract, the first under the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program for recipients of the FCC's 700 MHz Broadband Waiver.
Harris Corp. will establish a digital radio system to support public-safety first responders across the 518 square miles of Floyd County, Ga., under a $23.6 million county contract.
A DHS experiment to test the ease of hacking shows more than half the people who find unknown computer discs or thumb drives will plug them into their office computers to see what's on them, exposing the systems to viruses and hacking.
Al-Qaida targets wrong CEO in uncovered terrorist assassination plot.
Al-Quaida group targed Robert Stevens for company's role in building drones.
Northrop Grumman Corp. has been awarded a follow-on task order by the Defense Department valued at up to $141 million to continue developing an automated identification system to be used to spot suspected threats to U.S. national security.