Springdale Company Partners with U.S. Army to Offer New Armour

United States Department of Defense | September 15, 2016

In Springdale, The United States Army contracted with the company Nano-Mech to create a new combat uniform for the armed forces. Randy George served in the army for 26 years and says the old suits needed updates.

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Malicious cyber threat actors (CTAs) have historically used high-profile events, such as the Olympic Games, to disseminate malware and conduct scams, fraud, and cyber-espionage. As employees are likely to view Olympics related content at work, these activities will have direct implications for state, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) government networks. Furthermore, there is a distinct cyber threat against SLTT government devices brought to Pyeongchang by employees, as it is almost certain that cybercriminals and foreign intelligence agencies will monitor and intercept communications at the Games.

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Malicious cyber threat actors (CTAs) have historically used high-profile events, such as the Olympic Games, to disseminate malware and conduct scams, fraud, and cyber-espionage. As employees are likely to view Olympics related content at work, these activities will have direct implications for state, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) government networks. Furthermore, there is a distinct cyber threat against SLTT government devices brought to Pyeongchang by employees, as it is almost certain that cybercriminals and foreign intelligence agencies will monitor and intercept communications at the Games.

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