GlobalMed | October 19, 2021
GlobalMed, an international provider of telehealth solutions, today announced that its industry leading virtual health platform has earned the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Authority to Operate (ATO) on the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) DHA Medical Community of Interest (Med COI) network.
GlobalMed's virtual health solutions are the first synchronous clinical virtual health technologies awarded an ATO. This much coveted certification enables GlobalMed to integrate their virtual health platform including carts, medical devices, software, and applications directly with the DHA's Med COI network, making their solutions available to integrate with MHS Genesis, the new patient-centric enterprise system designed to provide a single, continuous record of care for all DOD beneficiaries. In addition to providing medical care on the battlefield and at bases overseas (as well as on ships) DHA's network includes 721 military treatment facilities and 174,000 health care personnel, which provide health services to approximately 9.6 million beneficiaries.
"It has always been a personal priority to increase health care access for the members and families of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Space Force and Coast Guard. The Department of Defense is a huge healthcare provider and network security is a high priority. GlobalMed is committed to every aspect of security and compliance throughout our applications having recently completed our SOC 2 Type 2 examination with even more stringent security attestations on our road map. Our commitment to delivering unmatched performance, security and scalability extends beyond our government clients to those in the commercial enterprise space, giving physician groups and non-government hospitals an added measure of reassurance."
Joel E. Barthelemy, CEO and Vice Chairman of GlobalMed and a Marine Corps Reserve Veteran
DHA selected GlobalMed for its HIPAA-compliant virtual telemedicine platform that seamlessly and securely connects healthcare professionals and patients, regardless of location. GlobalMed is also the telehealth provider for the White House Medical Unit and has deployed their solutions across the VA hospitals and extension centers, and other U.S. Departments and Agencies.
GlobalMed powers the world's largest, most advanced virtual health platform that supports a patient at any point in the continuum of care. Providers are enabled with integrative software and data-capturing tools to deliver a complete and accurate patient encounter for evidence-based treatment and improved patient outcomes. Providers looking to manage capacity, reduce costs, and deliver responsible medicine, will get all they need from one platform.
ForAllSecure | May 12, 2020
ForAllSecure was awarded a contract of up to $45 million with the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) to expand its software security solution into some of the DoD's most critical systems.
ForAllSecure Mayhem helps the DoD achieve its mission to test critical software, including weapon systems, both with and without developer participation.
ForAllSecure has raised a $15 million Series A with top tier venture firm, New Enterprise Associates.
ForAllSecure, a NEA portfolio company, today announced that Mayhem, its next-generation fuzzing solution, is being deployed across multiple branches of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). ForAllSecure was awarded a contract of up to $45 million with the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) to expand its software security solution into some of the DoD's most critical systems. Mayhem is being used by multiple DoD entities, including but not limited to: the Air Force 96th Cyberspace Test Group, the Air Force 90th Cyberspace Operations Squadron, the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and the U.S. Army Command, Control, Communication, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Center (C5ISR).
Mayhem is a patented next-generation fuzzing solution pioneered at Carnegie Mellon University. It combines two proven dynamic application security testing (DAST) techniques, guided fuzzing with symbolic execution, to continuously uncover defects with unprecedented speed, scale and accuracy. ForAllSecure Mayhem helps the DoD achieve its mission to test critical software, including weapon systems, both with and without developer participation.
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Security is about moving faster than the attacker. Mayhem is the result of over two decades of research in how to identify critical software flaws first and not be slowed down by false positives. The benefits go beyond security. Mayhem automatically builds a test suite, lowering QA effort to create great and trustworthy software. Our work with the DoD has showcased the powerful benefits of automation in code testing, using the combined technologies of symbolic execution and advanced fuzzing,
David Brumley, CEO of ForAllSecure.
Mayhem's ability to check weapon systems applications is critical as the DoD moves to embrace cyber as a new domain of warfare. In 2018, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported that there are mounting challenges in protecting DoD weapon systems from increasingly sophisticated attacks: "This state is due to the computerized nature of weapon systems; the DoD's late start in prioritizing weapon systems cybersecurity; and DoD's nascent understanding of how to develop more secure weapon systems. DoD weapon systems are more software dependent and more networked than ever before."
The Defense Innovation Unit recognized a potential match between the weapons system security problem and a potential technological solution to operationalize ForAllSecure's initial work featured during the Cyber Grand Challenge and apply it to select critical missions within the DoD. DIU used its Commercial Solutions Opening to put ForAllSecure on contract to prototype its solution with multiple partners across the DoD. The flexibility of the CSO meant that ForAllSecure was able to rapidly and meaningfully iterate on its product with direct feedback from critical users, leading to a much accelerated time to value.
ForAllSecure's first Mayhem prototype gained recognition in 2016 after competing against 110 teams across the U.S. to win the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge – a competition to create automatic defensive systems capable of reasoning about flaws, formulating patches and deploying them on a network in real time. Since then, ForAllSecure has raised a $15 million Series A with top tier venture firm, New Enterprise Associates. ForAllSecure is scaling to make Mayhem available within the federal and commercial markets.
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ForAllSecure was founded on the mission to make the world's software secure. Utilizing patented technology from a decade of research at Carnegie Mellon University, ForAllSecure delivers a next-generation fuzzing solution. Fortune 1000 companies in aerospace, automotive, and high-tech partner with ForAllSecure for scalable, advanced security testing that keeps pace with increasing development speeds and deployment frequencies. DARPA deemed ForAllSecure the winner in the 2016 Cyber Grand Challenge, and MIT Technology Review named ForAllSecure in the 50 Smartest Companies 2017 list. Efficiently and effectively secure mission critical software with ForAllSecure.
Databricks | July 15, 2020
Databricks, the data and AI company, today announced that Azure Databricks is now on Azure Government as a public preview. Databricks is used by organizations worldwide as an open platform for data engineering, machine learning and analytics. This preview complements Azure Databricks security and compliance for high-impact data analytics and AI across a wide range of use cases. From personalized healthcare and education to space exploration and energy research, Azure Databricks enables organizations to accelerate new innovation while minimizing risk.