U.S.-Japan Rebalancing


The United States and Japan just released their Interim Report on the Revision of the Guidelines for U.S. – Japan Defense Cooperation. Anyone who works U.S.-Japan interoperability issues (from policy to technology) will be interested in the language contained in the report, which is basically an action item from the last U.S. – Japan Security […]

Ebola Models: Prediction on the Spread of the Virus

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The second person in the U.S. infected with the Ebola virus was just announced. There is concern surrounding the spread of the virus throughout the United States. The second nurse reportedly flew to Ohio for the weekend, before returning to Texas with symptoms of the virus. Read our review of models and methods for tracking […]

Ebola Tracking with LUX

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We saw what David Waldrop of ICG Solutions was doing with LUX related to an interesting tracking issue associated with Ebola and wanted to share this with you.  Please let us know if you have any questions or desire for a follow-on connection with David and we will connect you directly. No one would dispute […]

Home Depot Breach Update


Last week, CTOVision shared a story from KrebsonSecurity.com, reporting that Home Depot had potentially suffered a large data breach in recent months. At that time, a Home Depot representative acknowledged that the company was investigating “unusual activity” but failed to confirm that a breach had occurred. In a release dated September 8th, The Home Depot […]