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Report: Six US Tech Companies Part of NATO’s Initial Accelerator Program

The first cohort of NATO’s Defense Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic includes six U.S. tech companies, a senior official of the security alliance confirmed. Citing unpublished NATO documents it obtained, DefenseScoop reported that the six are among the 44 companies selected for the effort. Four of the U.S. companies were selected for DIANA’s undersea...


Australia Partners With Microsoft to Create Cyber Intelligence Sharing Platform

Australia has unveiled a collaborative effort between the Australian Signals Directorate and Microsoft to beef up the country’s cybersecurity. Under the partnership program, ASD connected its Cyber Threat Intelligence Sharing platform with Microsoft Sentinel, allowing the latter’s Australian users to immediately share cyberthreat information on the combined systems. According to ASD, the collaboration provides access...


QinetiQ Wins Supply Agreement Under $1.5B UK Defense Digital Tech Structure

Multinational defense technology company QinetiQ has secured a four-year framework agreement as a supplier to the U.K. Ministry of Defence’s Digital and IT Professional Services structure under the Crown Commercial Service. QinetiQ said the DIPS tasks, with an estimated value of $1.5 billion, will be supplied to Defence Digital, an MoD unit focused on effective...


BAE Systems’ Laser Scanning Tests Show Model 3D Pipes May Streamline Hunter-Class Frigate Development

BAE Systems Australia said on Thursday that weeklong tests of its laser scanning solution to form 3D models of pipe components of Hunter-class frigates indicated that the technology can help streamline the development of the Royal Australian Navy’s Anzac class replacement.  The Hunter warships are set to be built by ASC Shipbuilding at the Osborne...

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