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The Defense Information Systems Agency | March 25, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic grows the ranks of teleworkers, the Defense Information Systems Agency is imploring Defense Department employees to take advantage of the agency re-upping its home-use antivirus program with vendor McAfee. “Recognizing a need, DISA and the DoD have renewed their antivirus home use programs,” reads a news bulletin the agency posted Monday. “The DoD antivirus software license agreement with McAfee allows active DoD employees to utilize the anti-virus s...
SuperCom Ltd. | March 10, 2022
SuperCom, a global provider of secured solutions for the e-Government, IoT and Cybersecurity sectors announced that its cyber-security division, a provider of cyber software solutions and cyber consultancy, plans to release a new version of its proven, robust and scalable cybersecurity software technology, with enhanced protection from cyber-attacks.
For over 15 years, SuperCom's cybersecurity division, through its fully owned subsidiaries Safend and Prevision, has been aiding...
Dcode Capital | June 20, 2022
Dcode Capital, the affiliated investment arm of Washington D.C.-based federally-focused accelerator Dcode, announced it has invested in two high-growth, commercially successful technology companies with the potential to transform the U.S. government: UrbanFootprint, the world’s first Urban Intelligence platform, and Tamr, the leading cloud-native data mastering solution.
In failing to adopt commercial technology, the federal government wastes billions of dollars and misses k...
Reuters | March 27, 2020
U.S. airlines are preparing to tap the government for up to $25 billion in grants to cover payroll in a sharp travel downturn triggered by the coronavirus, even after the government warned it may take stakes in exchange for bailout funds, people familiar with the matter said. After the U.S. House of Representatives approves the airline bailout and President Donald Trump signs it as early as Friday, airlines are to receive initial payments within 10 days....
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