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11/21/2012
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Elena Malykhina
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Spy Tech: 10 CIA-Backed Investments

Check out some of the latest technologies to win funding from In-Q-Tel, the venture investment arm of the CIA and other intelligence agencies. That's the first step toward use by agents and analysts.
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Emerging cyber threats are high on the Intelligence Community's priority list. In September, In-Q-Tel partnered with Tenable Network Security, a provider of security tools for vulnerability detection and management, continuous monitoring, and risk management. The company's customers include the Department of Defense and several federal agencies. The deal should help intelligence agencies build stronger defenses to protect classified information.

Credit: Tenable Network Security

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Leo Regulus
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11/26/2012 | 8:40:26 PM
re: Spy Tech: 10 CIA-Backed Investments
Unfortunate article format. I can't read it. That also means that I don't see, or click on your sponsors' ads.
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