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05/10/2022
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Marines to create new information command to support Force Design 2030

The commandant of the Marine Corps wants to create a new command focused on improving information operations, and he is directing officials to develop options for doing so. Jon Harper has the story.


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Palantir Q1 government revenues rise amid expansion in civilian agency work

AI and data analytics giant Palantir recorded a 16% year-on-year rise in government revenues for the first quarter of 2022, following a slew of federal contract extensions and awards. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


Pentagon exploring new Swedish military technology amid talks of NATO expansion

The Department of Defense is looking at Swedish military technology to see if it meets U.S. military needs at a time when Sweden may be poised to join the NATO alliance. Brandi Vincent has more.


NIST seeks 3 additional high-performance computers from a small business

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is looking for three high-performance computers to bolster a cluster used by researchers at its headquarters within 60 days of a contract award, according to a request for quotes. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


Clearview AI agrees to not sell its facial recognition database to private companies

Controversial facial recognition company Clearview AI has agreed to a ban that will prohibit it from selling its facial recognition database of more than 20 billion individuals to private companies. Tonya Riley has the details for CyberScoop.


Survey: The Quest for Zero Trust

Federal agencies have been charged with implementing a comprehensive zero-trust cybersecurity strategy as part of a larger White House Executive Order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity. In a short, anonymous survey, FedScoop wants to learn about your agency's challenges and the opportunities for accelerating adoption. Share your insights in this anonymous survey.


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Making sense of government zero trust guidance

Zero trust is more than a philosophy; it’s an outcomes-based approach to coordinating existing and new security capabilities, Google Cloud security executive, Dan Prieto, told government leaders at CyberScoop’s recent Zero Trust Summit. He urged leaders to look beyond the individual components that go into zero trust and how these security components are integrated, measuring effectiveness and not compliance. Watch the full interview.


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