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General Dynamics names former SAIC exec to intell systems post

New VP will lead organization focused on solutions designed to harden systems, reduce vulnerabilities and defend against cyber attacks.

Pragmatics names former SRA exec as cybersecurity VP

At SRA Dusty Rhoads contributed to the expansion of the company's cyber capabilities.

ManTech names new senior VP of cyber ops unit

Executive credited with establishing state-of-the-art Cyber Integration Center and overseeing $400 million plus program.

Cyber drives Booz Allen's growth profile

Booz Allen's year includes a bevy of new contracts, a focused cyber effort and a return to the commercial market.

Northrop’s Aussie acquisition expands cybersecurity offerings

Canberra firm provides products, services to Australian military and intelligence organizations.

QinetiQ tasked with thwarting cyber threats to transportation system

A task order from the Department of Transportation Volpe National Transportation Systems Center calls for building cyber secure systems.

TASC wins life-cycle tasks for DHS Nuclear Detection Office

Company wins three tasks worth $54 million to assist three Domestic Nuclear Detection Office directorates.

ITT Exelis takes on Air Force encryption project

Work on drives for laptops and unmanned aerial vehicles will protect data at rest.

Lockheed aligns with DOD center to thwart cyber crime

Under $454M Alliant task order Lockheed will assist DOD stop cyber crimes and identity thieves.

SRA adds noted cyber security expert as executive adviser

Richard A. Clarke has spent three decades at the highest government levels including the Defense and State departments and 11 years with the White House.

Anonymous targets cyber bill supporters

New hacker campaign also promises in-person protests outside offices of supporters of Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.

General Dynamics provides cyber, communications support to Army

GDIT will assist the Army's 160th Signal Brigade upgrade enterprise communications for the U.S. Central Command.

CBP exposes contractor trade secrets in surveillance project

Customs and Border Protection took down documents included in a solicitation for the "virtual border fence" project that may have included proprietary contractor information.

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Leading CTOs explain the biggest challenges -- and your opportunities -- that government agencies face today.

Are your employees on a BYOD binge?

A new study found that only 9 percent of organizations are "fully aware" of the personal mobile devices accessing their networks.

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