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GovCon Leaders Discuss U.S. Border Challenges During Expert Panel at Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Border Protection Innovations and Technology Forum

On Thursday, March 28th, GovCon leaders from public and private sectors gathered at the 2941 Restaurant in Falls Church, Va. for the Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Border Protection Innovations and Technology Forum.   Following a thoughtful keynote address from John Sanders, chief operating officer of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, …

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Fortinet-Interpol Team to Help Prevent Cyber Crimes, Privacy Threats Via Info Sharing

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 15, 2018 — Fortinet (Nasdaq: FTNT) has partnered with Interpol to facilitate cyber information sharing as part of efforts to prevent cyber crimes and privacy threats, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. Fortinet said Tuesday it will assign a threat intelligence expert to collaborate with the Interpol Global Complex …

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Adobe’s John Landwehr: Personalized Digital Services Key to Citizen-Centric Experience

John Landwehr, a vice president and public sector chief technology officer at Adobe Systems (Nasdaq: ADBE), has said government agencies seeking to deliver the same type of user-centric experience that the private sector offers should personalize the digital experience and tailor it to the individual needs of citizens. Landwehr wrote that in order …

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Ex-FTC Commissioner Julie Brill to Join Microsoft as Privacy, Regulatory Affairs Corporate VP, Deputy General Counsel

Julie Brill, former commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission, has been named corporate vice president and deputy general counsel for privacy and regulatory affairs at Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT). Brill will directly report to Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer at Microsoft, and will begin her new position by the …

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Former DHS Chief Privacy Officer Karen Neuman Joins Goodwin as Partner, Privacy Lead

Karen Neuman, formerly chief privacy officer at the Department of Homeland Security, has joined law firm Goodwin as privacy lead for the company’s Washington office and a partner with the privacy and cybersecurity practice. The privacy lawyer will be based at the law firm’s Washington, D.C., office and will work to advise …

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NSA Vet April Doss Named Saul Ewing Partner, Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice Chair

April Doss, formerly associate general counsel for intelligence law at the National Security Agency, has been named partner and chair of cybersecurity and privacy practice at law firm Saul Ewing. Saul Ewing said Tuesday Doss will work out of its offices in Washington and Baltimore and will advise homeland security, defense and intelligence clients …

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AT&T Exec to Chair NIST’s Information Security & Privacy Advisory Board

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 3, 2016 — An AT&T (NYSE: T) executive has been appointed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology to chair its information security and privacy advisory board, Executive Gov reported Monday. NIST said Friday Christopher Boyer,  global public policy assistant vice president at AT&T’s services business, …

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Deborah Golden Named Deloitte Federal Cyber Risk Services Lead

Deborah Golden, formerly principal at Deloitte, has been appointed as lead of the company’s federal cyber risk services. Deloitte said Tuesday Golden also serves as the lead principal for a federal government healthcare provider in addition to her role at Deloitte. She brings two decades of experience in information technology, …

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Bryan Martin Named SRA Cyber, Privacy VP; Max Hall Comments

Bryan Martin, a former cybersecurity executive at ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT), has joined SRA International as vice president of cybersecurity and privacy. He will lead SRA’s cyber practice and work with Richard Clarke, executive adviser for cybersecurity and counterterrorism, to form the practice’s strategic vision and identify new technologies and …

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In-Q-Tel Forms Partnership, Invests in Mobile Privacy Software Developer

In-Q-Tel has formed a partnership with Oculis Labs, a software developer that protects mobile and desktop computers from visual eavesdroppers. In-Q-Tel invests in innovative technology solutions that support the U.S. intelligence community. The firm said its relationship and strategic investment will accelerate Oculis’ government market success. “Oculis Labs is an …

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