Tag Archives: cybersecurity

CACI to acquire L-3’s government services division for $550 million

WASHINGTON POST – Arlington-based CACI International said Tuesday that it will buy L-3’s national security services business for $550 million in what would be a major consolidation among two large defense contractors. The division, known as National Security Solutions, provides services to the Pentagon, intelligence agencies and other federal government departments. It is projected to […]

Pentagon Seeks More Cybersecurity Funding

DoD Buzz — The Pentagon wants more funding to protect its computer networks from attack as Congress considers legislation to allow intelligence agencies to share information about potential threats with the private sector. The Defense Department’s spending on so-called cyberspace operations would jump 21 percent to $4.7 billion in fiscal 2014, which begins Oct. 1. […]

UPI | Boeing Opens Cybersecurity Lab

A new center for prototyping cybersecurity technologies has been opened in California by Boeing. Boeing said the Information Security Innovation Lab features a Wide Area Network coupled with Boeing Information Solutions’ Cyber Range-in-a-Box, allows modeling and simulation of complex missions and advanced threats for creation of security solutions. “Boeing has made substantial investments in cybersecurity […]