BAE Systems plans to recruit 700 new apprentices across its UK air, land...
- Inspiring the next generation of defence experts with BAE Systems
- CACI wins prime role on US Navy’s Cyber Mission Engineering contract
- Opinion: making cybersecurity collaboration work on a global scale
- Streamlining US Navy operations with Big Data analytics
- Marine Corps to enhance forensics capability for rapid data analysis
Inspiring the next generation of defence experts with BAE Systems
BAE Systems plans to recruit 700 new apprentices across its UK air, land and maritime businesses in 2019. What sort of tasks do apprentices take on at the nation’s largest defence company and how does it help them to find their feet early on in their defence careers?
CACI wins prime role on US Navy’s Cyber Mission Engineering contract
US-based technology firm CACI International has secured a place on the US Navy’s Cyber Mission Engineering indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract.
Opinion: making cybersecurity collaboration work on a global scale
French President Emmanuel Macron launched an initiative during the Paris Peace Forum last November calling for international standards on cybersecurity and cyber warfare. More than 50 nations signed the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace, but with a number of key players refusing to participate the endeavour has been called into question.
Streamlining US Navy operations with Big Data analytics
Big Data analytics can help the US Navy in several areas of business, from streamlining contracts to optimising operations on-board its ships. Saalex Solutions is working with the US Naval Warfare Centre to put the data it has collected over several decades into practice, sparing the Navy’s time and the taxpayer’s money. How does Saalex turn spreadsheets into savings?
Marine Corps to enhance forensics capability for rapid data analysis
The US Marine Corps is upgrading its current forensics exploitation capability with new computing technology that can differentiate between allies and enemies on the battlefield.
A global effort to prevent cyber warfare: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
In this issue: Why we need international collaboration to prevent cyber warfare, how the F-35 could become vulnerable to hacking, solving NATO’s troop mobility issues in Europe, Dstl's new AI system to detect enemy rader, and more.
US Marine Corps develops mobile data capture tool to modernise recruitment
The US Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) and the Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC) have partnered to develop a new mobile data capture tool to help modernise the marine corps’ recruitment process.
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