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- Veritec scores Federal Govt Microsoft Azure migration contract September 19, 2018Canberra headquartered Veritec has landed a contract to operate Microsoft’s Modernisation Factory for Australian Federal Government departments and critical infrastructure providers. The move will help accelerate the way agencies and enterprises can transition workloads to Microsoft Azure and digitally transform their operations, providing Veritec and Microsoft customers with a cost effective, repeatable service to update […]
- ASC Takes Steps to Strengthen RAN Collins-class Submarine Sustainment September 19, 2018Australia’s sovereign submarine sustainer, ASC, will work with Australia’s leading Asset Management experts to strengthen its life-cycle management execution of the Collins Class submarine fleet, under a new partnership with the Asset Management Council (AMCouncil) of Australia. The move follows ASC becoming the first Australian defence company recognised with international certification for asset management for […]
- Fighter pilots succeed 98% of the time – can businesses do the same? September 19, 2018We were an hour into our morning forum on Day 2 of the Australian Engineering Conference when a tall man in a khaki jumpsuit interrupted the speaker. It was an urgent message direct from the top: people were growing increasingly jealous of engineers, and an insidious organisation known as the Bad Guys had launched an […]
- Strike, Deterrence and the RAAF September 19, 2018The Williams Foundation seminar on joint strike and deterrence was led off by a presentation by Wing Commander Jo Brick. The WGCDR focused on looking back at the experience of the RAAF in the strike domain historically and then posing questions about the way ahead for the RAAF within a joint force. What is the […]
- Boeing And The Navy Place A Big, Risky Bet On The MQ-25 Unmanned Air Vehicle September 19, 2018The MQ-25 aerial refueler is the Navy’s first carrier-based unmanned air vehicle (UAV) – it's also a big, risky, bet for Boeing and the Navy. Why is it a risk for Boeing? Because there is significant uncertainty about the return Boeing can expect on this program. Under the $805 million fixed-price contract awarded on August […]
- Poland says it's willing to pay $2 billion to build 'Fort Trump,' and Trump sounds interested in the offer September 19, 2018Poland said earlier this year that it was willing to pay up to $US2 billion to help fund a permanent US military presence there – a proposal President Andrzej Duda reiterated during the country’s Army Day celebration in August. Duda visited President Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday, and his country’s interest in […]
- A looming cyber threat September 19, 2018At a security forum this summer, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats ominously warned that the United States’ protection against cyber attacks is so weak that the country is at risk of a “cyber 9/11.” “The warning lights are blinking red,” Mr. Coats said. America’s digital infrastructure is frighteningly vulnerable. Forget meddling in elections or […]
- The Importance Of Employee Cyber Security Training September 19, 2018The most significant threat facing the security of your company's information system is the internal employee threat. You must do what is necessary to ensure that all of your employees know how to use computers safely. Failing to do so is a lack of due diligence on your part.The need for cybersecurity employee education today […]
- Cylus Selected to Join the Thales Cybersecurity Program in Paris September 19, 2018Cylus ,the provider of specialized cybersecurity solutions for the evolving railway, announced today its selection to the Thales cybersecurity program in Paris, taking place at the new 34,000-square-meter Station F campus. Thales chose eleven candidates from a large pool of applicants to participate in its prestigious cybersecurity program.