CACI International Inc. may have completed its Christmas shopping early this year, having wrapped up its separate acquisitions of TechniGraphics Inc. and Applied Systems Research Inc. on Nov. 1.
Science Applications International Corp. and the University of Maryland are teaming up to support initiatives that promote cybersecurity education, research and technology development.
Science Applications International Corp. will continue providing biometrics support to U.S. Central Command under a three-year task order that could be worth more than $23 million.
With cyber threats to linked systems a potential epidemic, a panel of security leaders call for government to step up efforts on standards, collaboration and raising public awareness.
Unisys Corp. will build an advanced identification system for people and vehicles entering and exiting the United States across the borders with Mexico and Canada under a five-year Land Border Integration contract from U.S. Customs and Border Protection that has a ceiling value of $350 million over five years.
Motorola Inc. will provide communications equipment and technology for the Homeland Security Department’s Customs and Border Protection agency efforts under a $30 million contract.
AT&T offers new two-factor encryption service for mobile phone users for sensitive-but-unclassified voice communications.
During the past month, only two statements of work have moved a step closer to transitioning services from the old FTS2001 system to Networx, and just three awards have been made.
BAE Systems will modernize the Defense Intelligence Agency information system under a five-year award that has a $300 million ceiling.
Connecting with the rest of the world could soon require the use of IPv6, and agencies should begin preparing now to use the new protocols.
An overwhelming percentage of security experts say cyberattacks against companies and government are increasing but neither group is properly equipped to protect itself, according to a cybersecurity survey released today.
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions Inc., a national security solutions provider based in San Diego, is acquiring Henry Bros. Electronics Inc. through the purchase of all outstanding shares of HBE stock at approximately $7 a share, equivalent to about $45 million in cash.
Strategic buyers are snapping up high-value cyber services and cyber technology companies.
Unisys Corp. will boost IT security for the Agriculture Department under a five-year task order that could be worth as much as $18 million.
The Army's cyber component's opening comes during unprecedented challenges in upgrading its IT services.