AME 2000 Motorola's Most Secure Mobile

By Robert Vamosi | 3/4/13 6:36 AM

Motorola Solutions, the other Motorola mobile unit not related to Google, announced in the days before the RSA Conference 2013 what it considers to be the most secure mobile phone on the market.

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NSA Experimenting With BYOD

By Robert Vamosi | 2/27/13 5:37 AM

The U.S. Government would like to move toward mobile, but is taking cautious steps at first, says one researcher.

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By Robert Vamosi | 9/24/12 2:28 AM

NSA is trying to provide security for the devices their clients actually want to use and not build unique devices in their place, according to one expert.

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NSA Grooming College Students

By Robert Vamosi | 5/25/12 4:17 AM

The NSA is grooming college students to do classified jobs within the intelligence agency by encouraging specific curriculum.

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Cyber Command Elevated to Combat Status

By Robert Vamosi | 5/2/12 5:53 AM

There's a push within the Pentagon to make the two-year old Cyber Command a full Combatant Command status program, giving it direct access to the Joint Chiefs Of Staff and the Defense Secretary.

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Vocality Picks Mocana to Protect New Portable Satellite Communications Gear for Soldiers

By JDavis | 9/7/10 2:48 PM

Vocality, a company that builds ultra-portable network routers and secure voice over IP devices for tactical and defense applications, announced that it has standardized on Mocana's Device Security Framework™ technology to provide security services for its miniature BASICS IP router designed for military backpacks, also known as "manpacks" and first responder communications platforms. The Vocality BASICS IP product offers a fully PC104-compliant network router in an ultraportable form factor, perfect for integration into soldiers' tactical kits, manpacks and field communications kits.

The BASICS IP router package, incorporating Mocana's IP security capability, is available and shipping today to Vocality's end users and systems integrator partners.

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Government Introduces "Perfect Citizen"

By JDavis | 7/8/10 1:14 PM

The Wall Street Journal reports on a new computer network surveillance program being launched by the federal government. The project, dubbed "Perfect Citizen," will be led by the National Security Agency (NSA) who have already contracted defense heavyweights Raytheon for the project.

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Android Platform Sees First Military Application

By JDavis | 6/22/10 11:54 AM

We previously posted about the growth of Google's Android platform beyond the realm of smartphones into a range of consumer electronic devices. And now, as recently reported on, a major military defense contractor has brought Android in to the battlefield in what could be the first military application of Google's open source platform.

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60 MINUTES: Devices Controlling National Infrastructure Have Already Been Hacked

By JDavis | 6/13/10 10:50 AM

In a comprehensive investigation into the vulnerabilities of US critical systems, (including financial, utility and military infrastructures), 60 Minutes recently reported that some of the country's top security experts believe the US to be unprepared for the serious threats posed by targeted cyber attacks.

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