"U.S. Department of Defense" Posts

MDR Acquisition: Iron Bow Technologies Buys GuardSight

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GuardSight combines its cybersecurity operations-as-a-service and MDR offerings with Iron Bow Technologies’ cybersecurity engineering.

U.S. Department of Defense Adds Fidelis Cybersecurity to Enterprise Software Initiative

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Government agencies gain greater access to XDR and cloud security and compliance platforms from Fidelis Cybersecurity.

TriSept and SpiderOak Partner to Protect Orbiting Satellites and Spacecraft

TriSept’s Secure Enhanced Layer operating system and SpiderOak’s OrbitSecure zero-trust protocol protects new space and legacy satellites.

U.S. Army Cyber Defense Presses Iron Bow, AttackIQ Into Action

The U.S. Army will deploy AttackIQ’s Security Optimization Platform to improve defense capabilities in support of warfighters around the globe.

QinetiQ Acquires Government Cybersecurity Consultancy Advantus Federal

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Defense technology company QinetiQ US buys cyber, data and space solutions provider Avantus Federal from NewSpring Holdings.

DirectDefense Hires Richard Tillery to Lead MSSP Program

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Tillery will manage DirectDefense’s security analysts and the company’s detection infrastructure and response to cybersecurity incidents.

MSP NeoSystems Embraces CMMC Cybersecurity Accreditation

NeoSystems is the latest MSP to embrace the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) to support federal government customers.

Optiv Focuses On Government Supply Chain Security

MSSP Optiv unveils Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CCMC) amid sharpened focus on government supply chain security.

House Armed Services Adds Cybersecurity-focused Panel for Technology Oversight

House Armed Services Committee forms cybersecurity-focused subcommittee to oversee the Department of Defense’s use of cyber, emerging tech & information systems.

Pentagon Suspends $2B Cybersecurity Project, Fails Classified Network Protections

The U.S. Defense Department (DoD) reportedly suspends $2 billion network security project amid failed tests to protect classified material.