The DoD has officially approved the use of BlackBerry 10 devices and the devices running Samsung Knox on its network.more →
And so, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) in the UK is developing some new anti-laser eyewear that is able to filter out a wider range of laser wavelengths.more →
The latest development is a special chip that houses 32 nanosensor bars, reacting to a myriad of stimuli from the environment. It could diagnose cancer and measure blood sugar levels in diabetics with nothing more than a breath.more →
The United States Defense Information Systems Agency, or DISA, has just approved the Dell Streak. Running the Android 2.2 OS, the Streak 5 has been officially certified by DISA. This secure mobile device will not be used to handle any top secret or classified information, but it will be used for certain secure communications like Facebook, twitter and forwarding chain letters to your DISA buddies.more →
Our good friends over at the Department of Defense (DoD) who’s chief aim is to protect the nation has deployed a new app. Ever wanted to be tapped in to the DoD’s Video and Imagery distribution system? Well, there’s an app for that.more →
I like to think a lot of people in the defense and security industries took much of their inspiration from comic book heroes when they were kids; the noble idea of defending the innocent against attacks from villains. And that seems to be the case with BAE Systems’ new battle-bot concept.more →
Kanguru Solutions is trying to entice organizations such as the Department of Defense (DOD) who have recently banned flash drive use by their employees for carrying sensitive information. The ban extended for 15 motnhs and has recently been “partially” lifted.
FIPS 140-2 is a rigorous federal security accreditation program, a standard for the encryption used for protecting sensitive government information.more →