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The Best Place to Manage Customer Identity Data? The Cloud

As the amount of data generated by always-connected consumers continues to increase, IT departments are scrambling to deploy technologies that are able to put said data to use. Understanding how to safely leverage this data using established business systems is a major challenge. Historically, this task fell to legacy identity and access management (IAM) technologies, which could easily manage hundreds or thousands of corporate employee identities and devices.

AMU & VACCINE DHS Center of Excellence at Purdue University Co-Sponsor Webinar Series


The VACCINE Center and American Military University are proud to announce the launch of a bimonthly webinar series beginning July 31, 2015.

Established in July of 2009 in partnership with Purdue University, VACCINE is the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Center of Excellence in Visual and Data Analytics. Its mission continues to focus on creating methods, tools, and applications to analyze and manage vast amounts of information for all mission areas of homeland security in the most efficient manner.

The Cryogenic Computer Complexity Program

By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

The Cryogenic Computer Complexity Program (C3) is a supercomputer attempt to break the exaFLOP barrier. The exascale is measures in quintillions of calculations per second. The C3 Program is being run by the U.S. Intelligence Community’s Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA).

DARPA’s Ground-X Vehicle Technology Program

By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

Whatever comes after military-grade Humvees will be something more akin to the popular video game known as HALO. The early October concept video release of the Ground-X Vehicle Technology Program (The GXV-T Program) shows a futuristic ground vehicle design that has more of a look and feel of a small and fast space rover than an earthbound military vehicle.

In Future, Extreme Weather Fluctuations May Cripple Critical Infrastructure

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

Untold damage awaits the unprepared in the global climate changing process. For those cities and countries that are not anticipating life-threatening weather fluctuations, including but not limited to tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and extreme temperatures, the casualties will be devastating. One morning might be warm and cozy and the afternoon below zero degrees Celsius.

Why Did We Make The Atomic Bomb?

James Conca, Forbes
Special to In Homeland Security

This is a very, very important question, as relevant today as it was in 1943. Richard Rhodes recently gave a lecture at the Hanford site in Washington State for the 70th Anniversary of the Manhattan Project that provides more insight into this issue than any other I have ever heard.