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Proactive & Pragmatic: How India Rethought Security Post The Mumbai Attacks

Algren, played by Tom Cruise, is haunted by thoughts of the atrocities he committed in the battles against Native Americans. Katsumoto wants to know more about these battles, and Algren’s role in them. “I wish to learn,” he says. Algren rebuffs him, suggesting he “read a book” instead, to which Katsumoto responds by saying he’d…

Remote control of a Jeep — the battle is just beginning

Hackers took control of a car and crashed it into a ditch by remotely breaking into its dashboard computer from 10 miles away. In the first such breach of its kind, security experts cut out the engine and applied the brakes on the Jeep Cherokee, sending it into a spin – all while sitting on their sofa.…

Cybergy Holdings Announces Win in $500,000,000 HHS Contract by Wholly-Owned Subsidiary, New West Technologies

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“This contract builds on our previous work with Department of Health and Human Services and the broad scope of work in this new contract offers us an opportunity to expand our efforts in several new areas,” said New West President Steve Hauser. “We see this as a multi-million dollar opportunity to grow our business with HHS and include…

Cybergy (CYBG) Offers Solutions to Meet U.S. Government Cybersecurity Challenge

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“We strongly support the passage of a cybersecurity bill that creates a clear mandate to protect the connections between the digital and the physical infrastructure,” said Wyly Wade, Chief Technology Officer of Cybergy Labs and Cybergy Partners (a subsidiary of Cybergy Holdings, Inc.). (OTC:CYBG) A July 2014 report by the Poneman Institute and Unisys found…

40% Solar Cell Efficiency — Solar energy world first in Australia

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While Germany has achieved 40.7% efficiency it was only in a lab environment and could not be easily mass produced. The work in Australia is still largely refocusing light to large concentrators rather than direct conversion of solar energy. Australia’s solar researchers have converted over 40 percent of the sunlight hitting a solar system into…

Mount Knowledge Holdings, Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to Acquire Civergy Inc.

Mount Knowledge Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: MKHD), a software development and sales company focused on providing innovative technology solutions announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 100% of Civergy, Inc., a national leader in smart grid technologies and cyber-security, in a share exchange agreement pursuant to which its shareholders will become…

Major Department of Energy (DOE) Contract Awarded to Allegheny Science & Technology, New West Technologies Team

It is awesome to see our brothers and teammates from West Virginia win a big one. It really helps our commitment to improving the I-79 corridor and strengthen New West and Civergy’s team of best in class partners within the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for the Department of Energy. “Allegheny Science & Technology…

Congrats to Jonathan Aberman Hottest Friend of the Entrepreneur

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Congrats to Jon for winning the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Hottest Friend of the Entrepreneur, it is well deserved for Jon Aberman and the team over at Amplifer Ventures. It was a privilege to be nominated along with such a great group of people. It is important to support both the local startup and SME…

Plan X — DARPA Sets Cyber Foundations

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For years, the Pentagon has been open and adamant about the nation’s need to defend itself against cyberattack, but its ability and desire to attack enemies with cyberweapons has been cloaked in mystery. Plan X — an effort to improve the offensive cyberwarfare capabilities “needed to dominate the cyber battlespace,” according to an announcement for the workshop. No…

Ethiopia to Double Africa’s Electricity Access with large geothermal

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Ethiopia and a US– Icelandic private developer Reykjavik Geothermal (RG) late last month signed a landmark agreement in Addis Ababa to construct Africa‘s largest geothermal plant in the Horn of Africa country. Construction of the 1,000 MW Geothermal plant, expected to cost an estimated $4 billion, will be undertaken in two stages over an eight to…

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