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  • Infotech

    April 2021

    Trusted Capital Can Counter IP Theft

    By Chris Sax and Sam Underwood
    U.S. national security is a complex set of defenses against threats — foreign and domestic — running the gamut from terrorism to nuclear strikes.
  • Defense Contracting

    April 2021

    Recommendations Based on Vital Signs 2021

    By Wesley Hallman , Nick Jones and Kea Matory
    In February, the National Defense Industrial Association released Vital Signs 2021:
  • Defense Department

    April 2021

    Private Capital Crucial for Defense Innovation

    By Tim Denning and Elliot Seckler
    China and Russia’s technological investments and the uncertainty surrounding future applications have fundamentally altered the geopolitical environment.
  • Cybersecurity

    April 2021

    CMMC Audits Are Not a Suit of Armor

    By Jeffery Mayger
    Phishing is one of the easiest forms of cyberattack.
  • Defense Department

    April 2021

    Biden Directs Broad Review of Supply Chains

    By Trisha Anderson , Susan B. Cassidy and Samantha L. Clark
    President Joe Biden on Feb. 24 signed a far-reaching “Executive Order on America’s Supply Chains.”
  • Cybersecurity

    March 2021

    Some Preliminary Steps Can Pave Way for CMMC Success

    By Rick Hill
    Media coverage and dialogue around cybersecurity are so commonplace that some people are becoming numb to how serious and pervasive the impact and damage can be.
  • Cybersecurity

    March 2021

    Tips to Prepare for a First CMMC Assessment

    By Neal W. Beggan
    With cyberterrorism acknowledged as an ever-increasing threat to national security, it came as no surprise when the Defense Department last year introduced a more robust cybersecurity framework in the form of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC).
  • Infotech

    March 2021

    Government Should Invest in Post-Moore Chip Tech

    By Dr. Michael Fritze
    Intel Corp. made news recently by commenting on its ongoing delays with its 7-nanometer technology node, and hinting that the company may consider going fabless in the future.
  • Defense Contracting

    March 2021

    Viewpoint: Spinning SBIR Grants Into ‘Gold’ Requires Midas Touch

    By Gene Moran
    It’s not uncommon for a company new to the federal marketplace to be elated with their award of a phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract.
  • Defense Department

    February 2021

    Future Uncertain for Industrial Base as Pandemic Spreads

    While the United States continues to deal with challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is still too early to know how the health of the defense industry will fare in the long run, according to analysts.
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