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Government Security News August Digital Edition

Cypherpath, Quali

Cypherpath, Quali partnership provides portable containerized infrastructures Continued from page 10 their underlying IT infrastructure “Public and private sector organizations need agility and security to compete, which is forcing them to look for solutions that bypass all of the roadblocks caused by legacy infrastructure,” said Danial Faizullabhoy, president and CEO, Cypherpath. “Through this partnership, our joint customers have access to innovative on-demand solutions that provide IT infrastructures to support testing, training, and experimenting in sandboxes and cyber ranges at scale.” “The modern enterprise needs to be extremely vigilant and responsive to sophisticated security threats. Cyber ranges are a great tool to simulate real-world attack scenarios in a controlled environment and strengthen the security posture”, said Lior Koriat, CEO, Quali. “Quali cloud sandboxes help organizations build cyber ranges and other portable ondemand environments in a cost effective manner to model, orchestrate and test advanced threats. We’re excited to partner with Cypherpath to offer this solution to our defense and enterprise customers.” About Quali Quali is the leading provider of Cloud Sandboxes for automating the DevOps lifecycle. Quali gives innovators control over their world by enabling them to create personalized replicas of the most complex production environments. The Cloud providers, Telcos, Technology vendors and Enterprises including the Global 100 depend on Quali to help them deliver their products and services to market faster and with better quality. Learn more at: http://www.quali.com About Cypherpath Enterprises rely on Cypherpath to create, deliver and manage containerized on-demand infrastructure at the lowest possible cost while providing container security and simplified control of the entire stack. Cypherpath’s industry-leading enterprise software platform encapsulates virtualized compute, network, and storage resources into software containers running on commodity hardware. Learn more at http://www. cypherpath.com About TSI TSI is a systems integrator and value added reseller focusing on providing innovative automation, orchestration, test, and virtualization solutions for network centric environments. TSI has been Quali’s Partner and Service Provider since 2010 integrating tools like those from Cypherpath. For information go to our website www.tsieda.com or email at sales@tsieda.com. 42 Telos Corporation: 2016 Winner, Best Biometric Identification/ Authentication Solution Continued from page 13 FBI and TSA have engaged Telos ID on a pilot basis to be part of the continuous-vetting/always-on FBI Rap Back Program. As continuous monitoring and assessment are to IT security, so continuous vetting is to the insider threat. To know in real time that a previously vetted employee’s criminal record has changed, for example, offers another critical tool for securing our airports. FREE SUBSCRIPTION SIGN-UP Monthly Digital Edition Airport/Seaport Newsletter Daily Insider Newsletter GSN Media Kit CLICK HERE

HID Global provides mid-year update on top trends Continued from page 26 happens afterwards, so stolen identities are useless to thieves. Mid-year update: Through mid-year, the world moved closer to deploying driver licenses on mobile phones, while two key policy issues emerged through mid-year: protecting privacy by using a smartphone’s Bluetooth connection so users needn’t physically relinquish their smartphones to officers and officials, and ensuring citizens can control what data is made available to others. Beyond citizen ID, general security best practices and policies remain important for virtually any organization, and demand grew for HID Global services that help customers deploy innovative solutions to meet compliance, security and risk management needs, while enabling new, value-added capabilities. HID Global’s Seos® credential technology continues to help drive these trends, enabling organizations to confidently incorporate mobile solutions and empower their users with new applications and capabilities. For more HID Global news, visit our Media Center, read our Industry Blog, subscribe to our RSS Feed, watch our videos and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. To read about HID Global’s mobility initiative, click here. About HID Global HID Global is the trusted source for innovative products, services, solutions, and know-how related to the creation, management, and use of secure identities for millions of customers around the world. The company’s served markets include physical and logical access control, including strong authentication and credential management; card printing and personalization; visitor management systems; highly secure government and citizen ID; and identification RFID technologies used in animal ID and industry and logistics applications. The company’s primary brands include ActivID®, EasyLobby®, FAR- GO®, IdenTrust®, LaserCard®, Lumidigm®, Quantum Secure, and HID®. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, HID Global has over 2,700 employees worldwide and operates international offices that support more than 100 countries. HID Global® is an ASSA ABLOY Group brand. For more information, visit http:// www.hidglobal.com. 43 Why the Department of Homeland Security should also end private prison contracts Continued from page 30 as it has been in recent months, the government would spend $570. On some days when the facility is nearly empty, as it was for a period in January, the government would be paying multiples more.” Why would the government give a handout like this to a private company? Perhaps it stems from the fact that CCA “has on its payroll a slew of former senior government officials,” who are—presumably—very well connected. Regardless of how CCA procured such a bargain, the real bottom line is that a civilized nation does not put asylum seekers behind bars and then try as hard as possible to deport them back to the deadly situations they are fleeing. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which bears the responsibility for immigration detention, would be wise to follow the lead the Department of Justice, which just announced it is no longer going to use private prisons.