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Navy To Build System For Identifying Security Threats

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March 18, 2011
FedCyber Wire
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“The Navy is developing a new software-based intelligence system that fuses information from a variety of sources to more quickly and efficiently identify possible security threats, according to the company building the system.

The military arm has awarded a Phase 1 small business innovative research contract to Florida-based Modus Operandi to build an intelligence-analysis and counterintelligence system called the Semantic Targeting and All-source Fusion Framework, or STAFF. “

Source: Navy To Build System For Identifying Security Threats — InformationWeek