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Forescout’s Erik Floden: Ripple20 Security Risk Underscores Need for Granular Device Visibility

Erik Floden Director Forescout Technologies

Researchers recently discovered a series of cyber vulnerabilities dubbed Ripple20 in a common networking stack that poses risks to mission-critical devices and Erik Floden, director of federal civilian agencies at Forescout Technologies, said security teams at agencies should take steps to address the risk.

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Bechtel-Led Team Awarded $108M Air Force Flight Simulation Facility Support Extension

AEDC site

An industry team led by Bechtel will continue to help the U.S. Air Force maintain flight simulation test facilities at Arnold AF Base in Tennessee under a $108.3M contract modification. National Aerospace Solutions will support capital improvement, operations and technology development at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex in Tennessee, the Department of Defense said Monday.

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Tina Kuhn, of CyberCore, Discusses Upcoming Regulations’ Impact on the Federal Community

Tina Kuhn, President and CEO of Cybercore Technologies

CyberCore has published a white paper regarding the government’s upcoming regulations and how they will impact the federal community, the company reported on Tuesday. The federal government has developed regulations to mitigate risk across the industrial base. “Current regulations in the DFAR regarding the protection of Covered Defense Information (CDI) and supply chain responsibilities are being strengthened by these new regulations,” Kuhn said. 

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Teledyne Subsidiary Gets $84M Navy IDIQ to Develop Medical Simulation Tools

Teledyne Brown Engineering

A Teledyne Technologies (NYSE: TDY) subsidiary has received a potential six-year, $83.6M contract from the U.S. Navy to develop modeling and simulation tools for the Naval Health Research Center in San Diego. Teledyne Brown Engineering will conduct research and development of information technology applications for NHRC medical planners, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

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