New software will aid in collection and dissemination of intelligence data from manned and unmanned sensors and systems.
Lawsuit contends foreign entity gained competitive advantage through violation of confidential agreements.
Company will pay $291 million for firm that makes instruments that measure and analyze complex electronic signals.
Customs and Border Protection took down documents included in a solicitation for the "virtual border fence" project that may have included proprietary contractor information.
National Security Partners' acquisition of Summit Solution expands its cybersecurity footprint.
OMB Director Jacob Lew released new marching orders for agency CIOs. What areas does he want them to focus on?
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.
Randy Vickers, head of the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team, has reportedly resigned.
Raytheon BBN Technologies will create architectures, protocols and network devices that will improve network capabilities and integrity for tactical military units.
The contractor becomes the latest victim of the AntiSec hacking campaign, which claims it downloaded thousands of military e-mails and password hashes.
TASC Inc. adds cloud computing skills and deeper capabilities in cybersecurity offerings.
Despite the severity of the attack, Lockheed Martin and the Defense Department say that little damage was done.
Raytheon Co. will supply the Air Force with almost 2,000 additional encrypted communications systems that will cost the military branch $20.7 million.
One expert says good encryption could keep Osama bin Laden's data unreadable, but others say the Navy SEALs were prepared for extraction.
A quartet of contractors is combining their IT know-how to work on an initiative designed to protect the nation's infrastructure and further secure digital identification credentials.
To buoy network security adequately, the Defense Department is requesting another $1 billion to cover activities previously left out.
Juniper brings its technology and IBM its man-power and might to bring mobile security options to the enterprise.
The Office of Management and Budget is informing federal contractors and employers that unless they have the appropriate authorizations they must not view the WikiLeaks documents. But reading news stories about the leaked cables is OK, OMB says.
The Veterans Affairs Department recently sent out a warning letter to vendors who handle personal information for the department that they need to strengthen compliance with data security rules.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will help the Health and Human Services Department accelerate the establishment of digital health records and secure health information exchanges as a result of two new HHS contracts that have a combined value of $9 million.
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