Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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U.S. Expands Cyber Training Effort

In order to secure enterprise networks and their far-flung components, everyone needs to be on the same page. That's at least part of the thinking behind a renewed U.S. ...Full Article

Senate Bill Seeks to Boost IoT Security

Responding to a rash of malware attacks on early and vulnerable Internet of Things devices, lawmakers have stepped forward with a proposal to improve weak IoT cyber-security. While attempts ...Full Article

Pentagon Awards Huge Cloud Contract

Few federal agencies have more stringent security requirements for cloud deployment than the Defense Department, which has been fighting an uphill battle to move more sensitive workloads to the ...Full Article

Quantum-Safe Blockchain Claim by Russian Researchers Met with Skepticism

The Russian Quantum Center today announced it has overcome the threat of quantum cryptography by creating the first quantum-safe blockchain, securing cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, along with classified government communications ...Full Article

DOE’s HPC4Mfg Leads to Paper Manufacturing Improvement

Papermaking ranks third behind only petroleum refining and chemical production in terms of energy consumption. Recently, simulations made possible by the U.S. Department of Energy's HPC4Mfg program helped a ...Full Article

What’s Up with Hyperion as It Transitions From IDC?

If you’re wondering what’s happening with Hyperion Research – formerly the IDC HPC group – apparently you are not alone, says Steve Conway, now senior VP of Research, Hyperion. ...Full Article

Cloud-Based Weather Network Launched

Access to huge volumes of weather data—volumes that will likely soar after the November launch of the U.S. GOES-R weather satellite—has been limited to a few users at great ...Full Article

U.S. Needs IoT Strategy, Study Urges

The U.S. requires a national strategy to coordinate private sector efforts to deploy the Internet of Things (IoT) that includes data security and interoperability standards, according to a report ...Full Article

U.S. Announces First Cyber Chief

A retired Air Force General has been tapped to be the nation's first chief information security officer, the Obama administration announced this week. Retired Brig. Gen. Gregory Touhill previously ...Full Article

NSA Looks to IT Industry to Harden Vulnerable U.S. Nets

U.S. intelligence agencies, including the National Security Agency, are increasingly turning to commercial solutions in their efforts to head off the alarming number of cyber attacks that culminated in ...Full Article
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