Check out our extensive highlights and final report for the 2016 Portland CyberPatriot Summer Camp, here.   This was so rewarding, we’re starting to think about next year, which may include expanding the number of locations/weeks.  Visit here to check out our plans as they evolve for 2017.

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Thrilled to have been a part of this early success! Formaltech, a Galois subsidiary, and Reed are excited to celebrate CyberChaff’s first month of service at Reed. Formaltech’s CyberChaff allows you to deploy low-cost, secure decoy hosts on a network. The hosts alert administrators when an attacker is detected while also slowing down key steps…

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The US Patent Office recognizes PacStar’s continued innovation on its 400-Series interconnect system and IQ-Core® Software call diagnostics.  This illustrates yet more technical progress and recognition at PacStar. While I was not involved in these inventions, I’m proud of the team none the less. See more…

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PacStar Announces Availability of IQ-Core Software CSfC Plug-in.  New release automates and simplifies configuration and management of commercial networking equipment used to transmit classified information. Breaking new ground in the management of classified networks, PacStar just released to software to tame the complexity involved with VPN gateways, certificate authorities, PKI and network device configurations required to…

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Hey Mobile App Developers – Galois just announced a tool to help migrate apps to Android 6, while making the best use of the new Runtime Permissions feature. The Galois tool, Fuse Analyzer: Permissions, analyzes binary Andorid APKs to find the locations where you, as a developer, need to handle permissions more carefully in Android 6. The new Runtime Permissions…

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PacStar’s microgrid lab is well underway, with a solar on the roof, smart inverter, protection relay and loads installed.   This enables us to develop, integrate and test software against real devices, not just simulations.   Amazing how many steps even a small installation requires – engineering, permits, interconnection agreements with PGE, inspections, etc.

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