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Sonardyne Maritime Security Delivers Largest Sentinel Order to Asian Customer

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‘Skyshield’ – Counter MANPADS Laser Countermeasure Completes Testing

February 27, 2014 by · Comment
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Green Hills Improves Security Solutions for Embedded Systems

February 25, 2014 by · Comment
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Forensics Europe Expo 2014 offers unique opportunity for both buyers and providers across the forensics sector — Press Release

29-30 April, Olympia, London

Press Release – 04th February 2014

Taking place on the 29th and 30th April at Olympia, London, Forensics Europe Expo 2014 is set to be this year’s premier international forum dedicated to the entire forensics sector and its supply chain. Last year, the event introduced over 3000 buyers and specifiers to the latest forensic products, equipment and services as well as providing a definitive source of education and best practice together with unparalleled access to training and networking opportunities.

Organised by Clarion Events, Forensics Europe Expo will once again be co-located with Counter Terror Expo 2014, ensuring maximum marketing exposure before, during and after the event and creating an invaluable cross-flow of information. Supporting the exhibition, Forensics Europe will also feature a high level conference programme designed to attract hard-to-reach decision makers and thought leaders from both the public and private forensic arena, making the event an ideal platform for the launch of new products and cutting edge technologies.

President of The Forensic Science Society, Dr Ann Priston, commented: “As the largest professional body of forensic practitioners in the UK, it is fitting that we should be represented at Forensic Europe Expo which will not only offer valuable insights into the latest developments in forensic science but also provide an important networking opportunity for those working in areas where forensic science is having a real impact.

“Our role at this year’s event is particularly significant as we have just been granted a Royal Charter and we will be exhibiting under our new name, The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences, and we have chosen to launch at the Expo because it is such a high profile industry event.

“The Workshop programme is certain to feature some fascinating insights into new areas where the expertise of scientists is driving standards in investigation and furthering knowledge. In particular, digital forensics is likely to be widely covered at this year’s exhibition. This is a fascinating and fast-moving field, involving the fight against cyber crime and other challenges that our virtual world is now presenting to law enforcers.”

Another key supporter of Forensics Europe Expo is The Forensic and Policing Services Association (FAPSA). Allan Scott, MD of The Evidence Partnership, one of the founding members of FAPSA, said:

“Clarion Events have been supportive of our aims of giving SMEs a voice in the forensic and policing market whilst also ensuring that quality is maintained. We’re confident that the event will enable us to explain our ethos and our full range of services to prospective members and show how smaller organisations can make a significant contribution in the criminal justice arena.”

Philip Hunter, Event Director, Clarion Defence & Security added: “Forensics Europe Expo has already established its place as the leading event for the entire forensics sector. With an exciting new programme of content, this year’s show promises to offer the best opportunities yet for important new collaborations and business relationships to be established.”

For more information or to book your stand, please contact a member of the Forensics Europe Expo team:
T: +44 (0) 20 7384 7797 or email forensicseuropeexpo@clarionevents.com

Visitor registration is now open. Please register for your free exhibition only pass or conference delegate pass at www.forensicseuropeexpo.com/register

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Milipol 2013: Thales Unveil an Integrated Command and Control System for Mega Events

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Lockheed Martin Establishes Continuous Monitoring Lab and Workshops to Support Department of Homeland Security — Press Release

GAITHERSBURG, Md., Oct. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) is inviting government organizations interested in learning how to strengthen their network security to its new continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) lab and associated workshops.

Established to support the Department of Homeland Security’s CDM program that is designed to defend government networks from threats, the lab demonstrates commercial cyber security products and Lockheed Martin integration services. The lab, located in Lockheed Martin’s NexGen Cyber Innovation & Technology Center, was created to allow customers to experience CDM offerings and envision how products and services can be implemented to mature their network resiliency.

“Lockheed Martin’s CDM lab makes tangible the many benefits of Lockheed Martin’s cyber defense tools and will increase the speed and efficiency of government cyber security implementation,” said Greg Boison, director of homeland and cyber security for Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems & Global Solutions business. “By using the Lockheed Martin Cyber Kill Chain® with an intelligence driven defense approach, our methodology provides unique benefits and assurance to customers proven in defense of our own enterprise systems.”

Lockheed Martin CDM workshops are scheduled for Nov. 14 and 20 and are available to government attendees ranging from chief information security officers to security operations center managers and cyber analysts. During the three-hour workshop sessions, customers will learn how to integrate continuous asset cyber situational awareness, improve decision support, increase speed in remediation of policy issues and vulnerabilities, and realize affordability. Workshops are limited to government attendees. To register, click here.

Under CDM, advanced cyber security tools and services will ensure that unclassified government networks will be constantly scanned for threats, defended from attacks and audited for performance. Federal, state and local agencies as well as tribal and territorial governments can implement CDM. Lockheed Martin was one of 17 contractors awarded a role on the program, which has a potential ceiling value of $6 billion and can be procured under the General Service Administration Federal Systems Integration and Management Center IT Schedule 70. The blanket purchase agreement with Lockheed Martin has a one-year base period with four, one-year options.

As a leading provider of cyber security solutions, Lockheed Martin takes an intelligence driven defense approach to protecting our nation’s most critical assets. The company has invested in continuous monitoring technology and partnerships with members of the Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance. Beginning in 2009, Lockheed Martin leveraged advances within its NexGen Cyber Innovation and Technology Center and the Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance to implement a comprehensive continuous monitoring solution.

Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs about 116,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration, and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products, and services. The Corporation’s net sales for 2012 were $47.2 billion.

For additional information, visit our website:
http://www.lockheedmartin.com/cyber

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Foreign Legal Threat – an Unknown Regulatory Risk

September 29, 2013 by · Comment
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AUS&R 2013 Expo Autonomous, Unmanned Systems & Robotics

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Online warning alert Syrians on missile attacks by their own government…

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A “Silver Tail” that Protect You Online

June 30, 2013 by · Comment
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First Israeli Boeing 737 Flys C-MUSIC DIRCM Self-Protection System

Screen Shot 2013-06-18 at 4.57.17 AMElbit Systems is presenting the newest member of the MUSIC Directional Infrared Countermeasure (DIRCM) systems at the 2013 Paris Airshow. Defense-Update reports. The new, compact system dubbed ‘mini-MUSIC’ is designed to protect small rotary and...

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Larson Introduces IR Headlights for Military Vehciles

June 14, 2013 by · Comment
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mrap_lightsLarson Electronics is introducing an infrared Light Emitting Diodes (LED) based headlight system for vehicles, designed to allow users to replace or augment their vehicles current headlights with infrared illumination that is visible only with the...

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ISDEF 2013 – Tactical Combat Vehicles

June 4, 2013 by · Comment
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zibar_tnThe ISDEF 2013 exhibition opened yesterday in Tel Aviv is the largest, most impressive defense expo taking place in Israel in recent years. Over 100 exhibitors gathered here, with thousands of visitors attracted by many professional seminars and...

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SEA CHANGE IN MILITARY TRAINING — Press Release

GP2MGSIMULATION experts from NSC have answered a call-to-arms to provide the UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory with a synthetic environment in which to explore means of improving maritime marksmanship.
Employing game-based technology, NSC has been awarded a contract to develop a ship-mounted general purpose machine gun (GPMG) simulator for use in trials to investigate novel training methods for Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary personnel.
The innovative system – the first in the UK to utilise the latest version of Virtual Battlespace 2 – puts users’ fingers on the trigger of a deactivated GPMG as action unfolds on a three-metre radius curved screen.
With compressed air providing realistic haptic feedback and hidden electronics tracking the weapon’s every move, operators are exposed to engagements in an immersive surround sound, high-definition environment.  The portable simulator is capable of replicating scenarios ranging from defending against attacks from small, fast-moving vessels and supporting anti-piracy missions to port-based security taskings.
Environmental factors are also accounted for with weather conditions, solar glare, surface reflections and spray all affecting visibility and weapon performance.

ABOUT NSC
NSC is a world-class provider of cutting-edge simulation and analysis-driven training. Since its formation in 1991, the company has forged a reputation for developing and delivering innovative solutions for military and civilian customers around the globe.  From operational-level education for senior commanders to individual and collective training for the most junior recruits, Camberley-based NSC’s software and training solutions are used worldwide.

www.nsc.co.uk

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Samsung is now cleared for use in the U.S. government

May 6, 2013 by · Comment
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samsung_knoxThe handset maker announced that its Knox-enabled mobile devices have been approved by the Pentagon for government use. Samsung’s Knox software offers high-level encryption, a VPN feature, and a way to separate personal data from work data. The...

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Airport perimeter security in the U.S. – a declining market

May 5, 2013 by · Comment
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airport-securityThe Americans do not believe in perimeter defenses around airports, in spite of the proven performance of these systems. i-hls reports U.S. airport perimeter manufacturers — makers of fences, gates, sensors and cameras — will likely face a steep...

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Defense White Paper Outlines French Cyberwarfare Priorities

May 4, 2013 by · Comment
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cybercrimeFrance has recently published a white paper on defense, the ‘Livre Blanc’ outlines the priorities planned for the next five years, in the areas of national defense – land, air, maritime and space, as a well as as in the areas of...

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Salient Commercial Solutions Introduces Two New Assure6™ Products to Detect and Block IPv6-based Malicious Attacks — Press Release

Company Expanding Existing Assure6™ Product Line to Include Assure6™/4000 and Assure6™/2000 in Support of Higher Performance Bandwidth

FAIRFAX, Va., April 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Salient Commercial Solutions, Inc. (Salient), a Salient Federal Solutions Company providing information technology and engineering solutions in the cyber security and agile development commercial markets, today announced two new cyber security solutions to its patent pending Assure6™ product line designed to prevent, detect, and block IPv6 malicious attacks through IPv4 and IPv6 networks.

The new Assure6™/4000 will utilize CloudShield’s Deep Packet Processing technology on the CS4000 to strengthen IPv6 security and mitigate risks operating at increased throughputs up to 10Gbps. The new Assure6™/2000, for CloudShield Deep Packet Processing technology on the CS2000, will provide enhanced Policy Manager features and Log Viewer for event viewing.

Federal and commercial networks are becoming more and more saturated at the typical current one Gigabit per second bandwidth (Gbps). Salient is enhancing its technology to support agencies that are in the process of upgrading bandwidth capabilities within the next 18 months to accommodate up to 10Gbps. Significant throughput increase will result in an escalation of threats and risks that go beyond solutions designed for 1Gbps. Salient, building upon the successful deployment of Assure6™, is prepared to address the growing number of federal and commercial agencies that will need to do the same and help mitigate IPv6 risks operating at increased throughputs up to 10Gbps.

“IPv6 vulnerabilities continue to be a stealth threat, going unmonitored and undetected,” says Dr. Bob Friedenberg, Chief Technology Officer of Salient. “As agencies and enterprises are required to expand their Ethernet bandwidth to handle the massive amount of Internet traffic and big data, this will leave an even larger hole for cybercriminals to do harm. Providing Assure6™ on CloudShield technology enhances our ability to secure information regardless of traffic type and volume, so we can mitigate customers’ exposure.”

Assure6™ is the most trusted intrusion prevention and detection system that safeguards IPv6 traffic. It is the only platform providing the level of protection necessary to safely deploy or block IPv6 traffic in your network. Assure6™ identifies IPv6 traffic that is tunneled through existing IPv4 networks preventing the covert use of IPv6 communications. It enables a safe and secure transition from IPv4 to IPv6 by detecting and preventing known as well as new security threats.

For more information, go to www.salientcommercial.com or email assure6@salientcommercial.com.

About Salient Commercial Solutions Salient Commercial Solutions, Inc. (Salient), a Salient Federal Solutions Company is a leading provider of IT and engineering solutions enabling government and industry to respond quickly to unique mission requirements with exactly the right people, expertise, and technology. Salient’s Assure6™ product family is the culmination of more than a decade of IPv6 technology expertise. Salient Federal Solutions is headquartered in Fairfax, Va., with offices in McLean, Colorado Springs, St. Louis, Norfolk, Orlando, San Diego, and Tampa. More information is available at www.salientcommercial.com

Salient has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of America’s Most Promising Companies.

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General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions Opens Forensics Lab to Help Customers Defend Against Advanced Cyber Threats — Press Release

Lab staffed by expert network defense and forensic services team to protect customers against the toughest cyber threats.

COLUMBIA, Md., March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions recently opened a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to helping commercial and public sector customers prevent, contain and analyze cyber attacks. General Dynamics’ network defense and forensics services team is based at the Columbia, Md., lab. This team works closely with customers to combat advanced cyber attacks by assessing their security posture; designing, building and managing a security infrastructure that is capable of discovering and containing advanced threats; and responding to sophisticated attacks quickly and effectively when they occur.

Staffed by professionals with decades of experience protecting networks and solving the toughest cyber incidents, the new lab employs the latest technology innovations and threat intelligence from across the General Dynamics family of cybersecurity products and solutions and the industry at-large. Drawing on this unique depth and breadth of experience, the team helps customers after an attack by identifying and containing attacks, recovering critical data, performing network forensics and helping build up network defenses to protect against future threats.

“Today’s rapidly evolving threat landscape is more perilous than ever before, with organizations around the world aggressively attacked by sophisticated advanced persistent threats,” said Jim Jaeger, vice president of cybersecurity services at General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions. “We have a tremendous team that has collectively handled more than 3,500 breach cases. We help customers decipher and counter threats by going beyond the standard procedures of cyber forensics and actually reverse engineering attacks.”

In the event of a breach, the team preserves evidence and maintains detailed evidence logs to help prosecutors more effectively identify and pursue cyber criminals. The team has played an instrumental role in gathering and analyzing forensic evidence and providing it to law enforcement to help indict and convict multiple groups of organized international cyber criminals.

“We work to truly understand the methods adversaries use, find the clues they might leave behind and uncover the motivations driving their attacks,” said Jaeger. “The combination of our expert skills with our innovative use of technology is one of the most powerful in the industry. We have a proven track record of successfully counteracting targeted attacks.”

General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions provides organizations with a robust, comprehensive portfolio of products, services and expertise to combat today’s sophisticated advanced threats and prevent data breaches. The company’s commercial enterprise and government customers around the globe can face advanced threats with confidence through use of its Network Defense and Forensics Services, delivered by a team of security professionals with decades of hands-on experience, and its award-winning Fidelis XPS Advanced Threat Defense products, which provide visibility and control over the entire threat life cycle. General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions is part of General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD).

General Dynamics delivers comprehensive cybersecurity solutions and services to defend critical information and infrastructure. With unique knowledge of the cyber threat and deep understanding of the environment, General Dynamics provides effective and timely defense, exploitation and analysis solutions. The company integrates cybersecurity into every solution, from basic information assurance to the most sophisticated multi-level security. For more information, visit www.gd-cyber.com.

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