SparkCognition and Siemens to Deliver New AI-driven Cyber Defense System for Endpoint Energy Assets

SparkCognition | June 11, 2020

SparkCognition and Siemens to Deliver New AI-driven Cyber Defense System for Endpoint Energy Assets
SparkCognition and Siemens today announced a new collaboration on a cybersecurity system, DeepArmor Industrial, fortified by Siemens, which is designed to protect endpoint, or remote, operational technology (OT) assets across the energy value chain by leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor and detect cyberattacks. The innovative AI-driven system will deliver next-generation antivirus, threat detection, application control, and zero-day attack prevention to endpoint power generation, oil and gas, and transmission and distribution assets, which for the first time brings fleet level cybersecurity monitoring and protection capabilities to the energy industry.

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President Donald Trump welcomed the president of Finland to the White House, Wednesday, October 2. The president is criticizing an impeachment inquiry against him as a "coup," while the heads of several House of Representatives committees accuse Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of blocking their efforts to gather documents and interview witnesses.

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DLT Solutions Partnered With Microsoft to Bring To Market Azure and Modern Workplace Solutions to the U.S. Public Sector

DLT Solutions | November 19, 2020

DLT Solutions, LLC., a completely owned auxiliary of Tech Data and a head government technology solutions aggregator, has collaborated with Microsoft to bring to advertise Azure and Modern Workplace solutions to the U.S. public area. These contributions will be accessible through DLT's Cloud Navigator Program and will remember improved International Traffic for Arms Regulations (ITAR) agreeable help through DLT's Confirmed Stateside Support offering. As a result, DLT is an authorized U.S. public sector distributor of Microsoft Azure and Modern Workplace solutions, including: Azure Commercial Cloud Azure Government Azure Government Secret Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) Azure Software as a Service (SaaS) Modern Workplace applications, such as Microsoft 365, Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Microsoft Power Platform "Migrating workloads to the cloud is an important step on the pathway for digital transformation and IT modernization for government organizations," said Chris Wilkinson, president, DLT Solutions, a Tech Data company. "By distributing Microsoft's Azure and Modern Workplace solutions to the U.S. public sector, DLT and our partners will be able to help these organizations accelerate their modernization goals and mission objectives with an expanded set of cloud portfolio solutions." Through Cloud Navigator, DLT's accomplice network evaluates cloud availability, gives government client cloud movement backing and guarantees these associations look after perceivability, increase significant insight, and accomplish computerization and responsibility over their cloud speculations. DLT's Confirmed Stateside Support is reason worked for the U.S. public area, offers programming support for technology merchant solutions and our accomplices, and conveys all day, every day all year U.S. resident, U.S. soil, ITAR-agreeable technical help. This outcomes in complex case goal, less calls into technology seller activity focuses and higher government consumer loyalty rates. "We selected DLT because they're a top-tier technology solutions aggregator in the U.S. public sector with a strong channel partner ecosystem and a wide range of in-house contract vehicles," said Rick Wagner, president, Microsoft Federal. "Leveraging DLT's Cloud Navigator Program, Confirmed Stateside Support and strong relationships in the federal and state, local and education (SLED) markets provides Microsoft with significantly more opportunities to secure new business and enhances our capabilities to better serve our U.S. public sector customers." About DLT Solutions DLT Solutions is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tech Data, the world's leading end-to-end distributor of technology products, services and solutions. DLT is the premier government solutions aggregator that specializes in understanding the IT needs of the federal, state, local and education markets. We help simplify the process for independent software vendors, federal systems integrators and value-added resellers doing business in the public sector. Leveraging Tech Data's end-to-end portfolio, an extensive array of public sector contract vehicles, and dedicated channel and enablement services, DLT provides government agencies and channel partners with the means to rapidly and cost effectively transform technology to achieve mission success.

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U.S. to Ban TikTok App on Government Issued Devices for Security Concerns

TikTok | July 23, 2020

U.S. federal employees would be barred from using Chinese-owned mobile video app TikTok on government-issued devices under a bill that passed a U.S. Senate Committee on Wednesday, as lawmakers feared the security of users’ personal data. The “No TikTok on Government Devices Act” from Senator Josh Hawley was passed unanimously by the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, and will be taken up by the U.S. Senate for a vote.

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A new US government report explores how blockchains could be used to track drones carrying medical supplies

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President Donald Trump welcomed the president of Finland to the White House, Wednesday, October 2. The president is criticizing an impeachment inquiry against him as a "coup," while the heads of several House of Representatives committees accuse Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of blocking their efforts to gather documents and interview witnesses.