Your data contains a definitive record of your user transactions, customer behavior, machine behavior and fraudulent activity, information that is essential for managing, securing and auditing your environment - whether physical, virtual or in the cloud. This data also enables you to gain end-to-end visibility and insights on to how to better run IT and the business. Start by … [Read more...] about Splunk: Make Your Machine Data Accessible, Useful, and Valuable
AirPatrol delivers the first intelligent enterprise mobility solution that continuously monitors mobile devices and dynamically adapts their capabilities for the situation. AirPatrol operates under the premise that in security location is everything. There management team, board, and advisors are all first rate, as is their reputation for partnering with others in the … [Read more...] about AirPatrol: Cognitive Mobility and Wireless Situational Awareness.
In an unexpected turn, Google quietly unveiled their "devices" section of their website. They are offering the Galaxy Nexus (GSM) completely unlocked for $399. While the Galaxy Nexus might not be the most powerful Android phone right now, it is a Google Experience device, was the first to receive ICS and is still the first phone to receive updates (at least the GSM phone is). … [Read more...] about Google is now selling the Galaxy Nexus unlocked
We have previously written about Recorded Future, a company providing new ways of exploring what the web knows about coming events. Mankind knows things about the future and the analytic tools provided by Recorded Future helps extract the meaning and relevance of this knowledge and apply it to organizational missions. Their public cloud-based capabilities are already serving … [Read more...] about Run Recorded Future Foresite in your Private Cloud
Here is today's federal cybersecurity and information technology news: A breach of the U.S. y has compromised the personal and banking data of 5,100 current employees and 2,700 "other individuals." More here. The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency awarded a contract for a “compact observation, measurement, and ballistic calculation system” for snipers. More … [Read more...] about EPA Breach Compromises Almost 8,000, DARPA Seeks Smart Sniper Scopes, and More
Here is today's federal cybersecurity and information technology news: Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known as Sabu from the hacking group LulzSec, is getting a six-month reprieve for continuing to help federal law enforcement. More here. The National Institute of Standards and Technology has issued a draft of guidelines for securing Basic Input/output System for … [Read more...] about DARPA Unveils Plan X, Sabu Continues to Cooperate with the FBI, and More
Here is today's federal cybersecurity and information technology news: As part of Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel’s digital strategy to make application programming interfaces “the new default in government,” U.S. foreign assistance payments, nuclear reactors’ daily event reports and a national sex offender registry will soon be released with API's to allow … [Read more...] about Federal Government Expanding API's, FBI Seizes 3 Android App Sites, and More