Twelve products are honored in their categories, and a familiar face takes Best in Show.
The expo and conference, July 19-21 at the Washington Convention Center, will present a smorgasbord of innovative technologies and products, and techniques for applying them to government.
Raytheon BBN Technologies will create architectures, protocols and network devices that will improve network capabilities and integrity for tactical military units.
Booz Allen Hamilton has confirmed the posting of certain data files to the Internet on Tuesday was the result of an illegal attack.
The contractor becomes the latest victim of the AntiSec hacking campaign, which claims it downloaded thousands of military e-mails and password hashes.
The Defense Department wants to tighten regulation of unclassified DOD data held by contractors and subcontractors.
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.
General Dynamics Corp. will provide battlespace awareness and other support to the Air Force under a task order worth $4.7 million.
Adam Suri has joined Secure Technologies Group as senior vice president of cyber operations for the government provider of cybersecurity solutions.
A-T Solutions Inc. will work with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to support the organization's deployed Technical Support Groups under a five-year, $68 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract.
Threat detection solutions provider Mandiant has promoted David Merkel to chief technology officer. He will continue to lead the products organization.
CACI International Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire software engineering company Pangia Technologies LLC. Financial details of the transaction were not reported.
CA Technologies closed a deal June 14 with Updata Partners, a venture capital firm. The firm then formed the new company, Total Defense Inc.
The National Security Agency is offering its scanning tools to protect e-mail and other digital communications for major defense contractors, as part of what could be an escalating cyber war.
A Commerce Department task force recommends establishing codes of responsible behavior for noncritical companies doing business online, along with economic and other incentives for adopting best practices and standards for cybersecurity.