Fed Tech Roundup October 26

The following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (fromFedTechTicker.com and TopTechTicker.com):  Fed Tech Ticker Northrop Grumman to Continue Logistics Support for Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18 Advanced Targeting Systems DC doesn’t have MIT, but it can still be a tech hub – Washington Post Deadline for train safety technology undercut by industry […]

SAP NS2 Solutions Summit

Upcoming event SAP’s NS2 Solutions Summit on October 29th. This 4th annual summit is focused on Human Critical: Empowering People to Drive U.S. National Security.               When: Thursday, October 29th from 8AM to 1PM Where:  Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, VA  The featured key note speakers include: Former President George W. Bush […]

There Will Be Cyberwar: How The Move To Network-Centric War Fighting Has Set The Stage by Richard Stiennon

With new technology, come new problems. Oft times, with the increasing demand for the latest and greatest tech, security is more of an after thought. What has been a consistent theme is developing the next best technology, and then figuring out how to protect it. Before the tests are run to find the gaps, a […]

Fed Tech Roundup July 23

The following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (fromFedTechTicker.com and TopTechTicker.com):  Fed Tech Ticker Postal Service Lacked ‘Cybersecurity Culture’ Before Hack, Watchdog Says … – Nextgov Bishop: Federal government undermining technology in the energy era – Houston … – Houston Chronicle (subscription) Launch, Docking Returns International Space Station Crew to Full Strength […]

The Gesture Control Ring

Have you ever wished that you could use your finger as a magical stylus to control the world around you? I know I have. Today, there is a tool that turns your finger into a “magical wand.” You can write text messages, turn on/off lights, snap a photo, change the song you are listening to, […]

Quantum Cyber-Security with QuintessenceLabs

On Tuesday, May 26, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen announced that there had been “200,000 attempts to illegally access tax information from February to May this year.” With about 100,000 successful attempts, thousands of taxpayers anxiously awaiting news of whether thieves accessed their personal and financial information, many thought the federal security situation was so poor […]