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CPO Magazine | January 23, 2020
United States government-funded Android phones contain unremovable pre-installed malware, according to a recent report by cybersecurity firm Malwarebytes. The report, which was first published by Malwarebytes researcher Nathan Collier on January 9, alleges that the low-end Android phone UMX U686CL contains two independent pieces of pre-installed malware. According to Collier, this malware leaves the Android phone vulnerable to invasive advertising, as well to the auto-installation of apps withou...
Carahsoft | July 02, 2020
SpiderOak Mission Systems, providers of cryptographically secure communication and collaboration products, today announced a strategic partnership with Carahsoft Technology Corp., The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider®, to accelerate awareness and availability of its Zero Knowledge Encryption/Distributed Ledger-based capabilities to Federal agencies and the intelligence community. Under the agreement, Carahsoft will serve as SpiderOak’s Master Government Aggregator™, makin...
Appian | July 09, 2020
Appian today announced the Appian Requirements Management Solution (RM) which allows government organizations to more effectively manage the acquisition process to drive better outcomes. With Appian's latest solution, government agencies can more quickly address their specific needs, leading to more on-time delivery of their acquisition requirements and saving millions of dollars in the process. "The acquisitions process is fundamental for every government organization and there is a ne...
Tech Crunch | March 12, 2020
The Trump administration is preparing an executive order to ban federal departments and agencies from buying or using foreign-made drones, citing a risk to national security, TechCrunch has learned. The draft order, which was drafted in the past few weeks and seen by TechCrunch, would effectively ban both foreign-made drones or drones made with foreign components out of fear that sensitive data collected during their use could be transferred to adversarial nation-states. The order specifically c...
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