2020年4月9日 | by Alex Woodie
Neo4j Brings Graph Database and Data Science Together
Enterprises that want to use powerful graph algorithms to discover relationships hidden in their data now have an easier path to get there thanks to the new data science library unveiled today by graph database maker Neo4j. Neo4j is the biggest, oldest, and most successful graph database company in the world. Its eponymous database is Read more…
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2020年4月9日 | by Jackson Barnett
Navy’s IT modernization continues as Modly resigns
The Navy’s work to modernize and increase its cyber-readiness continues despite the resignation of acting Secretary Thomas Modly, who was instrumental in elevating the CIO role and prioritizing modernization and cybersecurity across the service. Modly resigned from his secretary role Tuesday after he faced public criticism for ousting the commanding officer of an aircraft carrier who had raised concerns about the […]
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2020年4月9日 | by Billy Mitchell
Dcode adds venture capital network to support government-focused startups
Government technology accelerator Dcode has added another offering to help startups find work with federal agencies: venture capital. Dcode recently launched Dcode Capital as an “invitation-only network of angel investors, VCs, and technology and government legends” to invest in larger rounds of funding for tech companies serving the federal government. For now, those companies are ones that have […]
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2020年4月9日 | by Theresa Hitchens
FCC Risks Political Fire With Draft Space Junk Rules
“The bond requirement is a great way to ensure that no one licenses in the US, and the indemnification requirement is vague” one industry source said.
2020年4月9日 | by Charles Wald
US-Turkish Relations Could Warm; Turkey Should Pledge No Russian Arms
US-Turkish relations seem to be trending in a more positive direction because Turkey has been forced to seek help from NATO and Washington against its Syrian and Russian foes in the fighting around Idlib. Diplomatic tensions between the United States and Turkey reached a high point last year when Ankara launched a military invasion into… Keep reading →
2020年4月8日 | by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr.
New TRISO Nuclear Mini-Reactors Will Be Safe: Program Manager
If the Pentagon does build the mobile reactors, it will deploy them far from the front lines – and even if they’re hit, their revolutionary TRISO fuel pellets will stay intact at temperatures that can melt steel.
2020年4月8日 | by Ana Ware
Data Virtualization: Your Blueprint for Choosing a Solution
This buyer’s guide lays out key considerations for organizations looking to apply data virtualization to their analytics use cases. Along with key features and capabilities, you’ll learn about the difference between data virtualization and query federa…
2020年4月8日 | by Alex Woodie
Contact Tracing Smartphone Apps Raise Privacy Concerns
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the idea that the U.S. government would track the location of American citizens via smart phone data seemed like a conspiracy theory from the tinfoil hat crowd. But as other Western governments institute phone-based contact tracing, the idea may start to gain traction in the U.S. Smart phones have become a Read more…
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2020年4月8日 | by Theresa Hitchens
New DoD Policy To Ease Space Secrecy Near: Raymond
Raymond said that by next year “there will be a separate officer that would command US Space Command; I would be focused as the CSO for the Space Force.”
2020年4月8日 | by Dave Nyczepir
NIST makes ‘major’ changes to mobile device security guidelines
That the National Institute of Standards and Technology released its revised mobile device security guidelines during a time of increased telework is purely coincidental — but also fortuitous. The guidelines hadn’t been updated since 2013, and much has changed across the enterprise mobile device landscape in those seven years, Gema Howell, IT security engineer at […]
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2020年4月8日 | by Paul McLeary
Army’s McPherson To Be New Navy Leader; Modly Submits Resignation
James McPherson was only confirmed in his current job by the Senate on March 23. Modly had been under fire since firing the ship’s skipper last week, telling the crew Monday their captain was “stupid” for riding the alarm over a COVID-19 outbreak aboard the USS Roosevelt.