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SUPERCOM SECURED A NEW GPS MONITORING CONTRACT IN CALIFORNIA

SuperCom | December 07, 2020

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SuperCom a worldwide supplier of made sure about answers for the e-Government, IoT and Cybersecurity areas , reported today that it has made sure about another GPS monitoring contract in California. The contracting office is a privately owned business serving the legal administrations market. The contract is for SuperCom's PureTrack cell phone GPS following items and is organized as a for every unit for each day rent model, with charging toward the finish of every month....

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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY

NOAA PARTNERS WITH GOOGLE TO BOOST WEATHER FORECASTS WITH AI

NOAA | October 27, 2020

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Google linked up to cooperatively steer artificial intelligence and machine learning-driven pilot projects that could advance the agency’s environmental monitoring, weather predicting, and climate research capabilities. Through a three-year deal unveiled Tuesday, the two will collectively study and develop small-scale AI systems and eventually wider-ranging prototypes that might be infused across NOAA’s broader enterprise...

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VULNERABILITIES, THE SEARCH FOR BURIED TREASURE, AND THE US GOVERNMENT

oodaloop | January 14, 2020

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Most weeks, it is far outside the normal job responsibilities for cybersecurity professionals to understand what the United States (or other governments) do to find or use computer vulnerabilities. Just stay patched and keep the board of directors happy. This is not one of those weeks. This week we learned that the National Security Agency disclosed to Microsoft that it had discovered a major vulnerability (dubbed CVE-2020-0601) in Windows 10. A Washington Post article, by veteran cyber journali...

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WHITE HOUSE BURNISHES BIG US TECH FIRMS FOR 5G BATTLE

White House | February 05, 2020

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The White House’s efforts to position American companies for leadership in 5G appear to be inexhaustible. President Donald Trump, some of his advisors, and agency heads have been talking about empowering U.S.-based technology companies to take the lead on 5G for about 18 months, but the market realities are largely unchanged. The latest pitch comes from White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow, who told The Wall Street Journal the administration is working with large U.S. tech firms to cr...

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

SUPERCOM SECURED A NEW GPS MONITORING CONTRACT IN CALIFORNIA

SuperCom | December 07, 2020

SuperCom a worldwide supplier of made sure about answers for the e-Government, IoT and Cybersecurity areas , reported today that it has made sure about another GPS monitoring contract in California. The contracting office is a privately owned business serving the legal administrations market. The contract is for SuperCom's PureTrack cell phone GPS following items and is organized as a for every unit for each day rent model, with charging toward the finish of every month....

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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY

NOAA PARTNERS WITH GOOGLE TO BOOST WEATHER FORECASTS WITH AI

NOAA | October 27, 2020

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Google linked up to cooperatively steer artificial intelligence and machine learning-driven pilot projects that could advance the agency’s environmental monitoring, weather predicting, and climate research capabilities. Through a three-year deal unveiled Tuesday, the two will collectively study and develop small-scale AI systems and eventually wider-ranging prototypes that might be infused across NOAA’s broader enterprise...

Read More
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VULNERABILITIES, THE SEARCH FOR BURIED TREASURE, AND THE US GOVERNMENT

oodaloop | January 14, 2020

Most weeks, it is far outside the normal job responsibilities for cybersecurity professionals to understand what the United States (or other governments) do to find or use computer vulnerabilities. Just stay patched and keep the board of directors happy. This is not one of those weeks. This week we learned that the National Security Agency disclosed to Microsoft that it had discovered a major vulnerability (dubbed CVE-2020-0601) in Windows 10. A Washington Post article, by veteran cyber journali...

Read More
news image

WHITE HOUSE BURNISHES BIG US TECH FIRMS FOR 5G BATTLE

White House | February 05, 2020

The White House’s efforts to position American companies for leadership in 5G appear to be inexhaustible. President Donald Trump, some of his advisors, and agency heads have been talking about empowering U.S.-based technology companies to take the lead on 5G for about 18 months, but the market realities are largely unchanged. The latest pitch comes from White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow, who told The Wall Street Journal the administration is working with large U.S. tech firms to cr...

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