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ABI Research has predicted in a new report that the global threat and vulnerability management market will reach $8.6 billion by 2020 from $5.3 billion in 2015. Monolina Sen, senior analyst in digital security at ABI Research, stated cloud computing and big data are projected to give rise to new vulnerabilities, thus spurring the demand for […] More
A new ABI Research report has projected the biometric security and surveillance industry to reach $26.8 billion in revenues by 2020. The report notes that biometric technologies have begun to attract consumer and banking markets in addition to strong market adoption in law enforcement and government applications, ABI Research said Thursday. ABI Research also reports […] More
ABI Research has described the healthcare sector as “ill-prepared for the new cyber age” as the research firm projects the global healthcare cybersecurity spending to reach $10 billion by 2020. The estimated spending is less than 10 percent of the total budget for critical infrastructure security worldwide compared with other critical industries, ABI Research said […] More
A new ABI Research report predicts that the biometrics market will reach a value of $13.8 million this year as the commercial sector is poised to catch up with government agencies in utilizing biometrics technology. The company said Monday that the consumer and enterprise segments will have the dominant share of the market by late 2017 and reach $8 million […] More
TeleCommunication Systems has been named a top location technology provider to wireless carriers in a market analysis report from ABI Research. ABI Research ranked TCS as the number one provider in the global location-based services platform market based on 13 criteria, TCS said Thursday. “As location technology has enabled valuable applications including navigation, asset tracking […] More
New ABI Research data has forecast global cybersecurity spending will reach $100 billion by 2020 as governments intensify efforts to protect their financial, energy and defense infrastructures against a constantly evolving threat landscape. The market analyst said Tuesday North America and Europe will continue to lead the cyber investment per region, with banks and information and communications […] More
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Proteus Ocean Group will work together to explore research opportunities and better understand the ocean environment using a modular underwater habitat, called PROTEUS, under a cooperative research and development agreement. PROTEUS is an underwater site that will be built off the Caribbean island of Curacao to provide scientists […] More
In the government contracting world, organizations can face roadblocks in pushing a technology from the research, development and prototyping phases out to the field. This “valley of death,” as it’s often referred to in GovCon, represents a culmination of challenges associated with funding, time, momentum and other bureaucratic hurdles.  Of these issues, the most difficult […] More

Executive Mosaic is thrilled to introduce Terence Emmert, acting deputy under secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, has been named a recipient of the 2021 Wash100 Award for the first time in his more than thirty-year career in the federal landscape and government. Visit Wash100.com to cast your TEN votes before April 30th  


Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory has entered into an agreement with NASA to continue supporting the agency’s lunar habitation research program through an APL-led consortium. APL said Friday it will continue work under the Lunar Surface Innovation Initiative, which falls under the Space Technology Mission Directorate's oversight and focuses on developing technologies to support the Artemis moon landing mission as well as human operations on the lunar surface.

Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory has won a potential five-year, $49.5 million contract from the U.S. Army to study soldiers’ vulnerability in extreme environments. The Army Contracting Command received 999 bids for the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract via an online-based solicitation process, the Defense Department said Thursday. APL is scheduled to complete the research by Sept. 30, 2022. More
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