HACKtheMACHINE

Turning Data Into Ammunition: Seattle Techies Enlist in the Navy for 48 Hours to Tackle Maritime Digital Challenges

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HACKtheMACHINE, a collaborative “Blue Angels for Geeks” held in Seattle on September 21-23, hosted by the U.S. Navy, Booz Allen Hamilton and Fathom5 unites private sector technologists and the Department of Defense in digital engineering, solving complex problems with profound implications for global security.

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HACKtheMACHINE, a collaborative “Blue Angels for Geeks” held in Seattle on September 21-23, hosted by the U.S. Navy, Booz Allen Hamilton and Fathom5 unites private sector technologists and the Department of Defense in digital engineering, solving complex problems with profound implications for global security.

300 Data Analysts Compete in the U.S. Navy’s First Ever Connected Ship Hackathon

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March 22, 2017 /3BL Media/ - At any given time, 80 percent of the world's tangible Gross Domestic Product is moving from manufacturer to market via ships. With new cybersecurity threats surfacing daily, the need for maritime cybersecurity is more pressing than ever. To protect and maintain global commerce at sea, the U.S. Navy invited top millennial data analysts to take on tough maritime cybersecurity use cases and challenges at its HACKtheMACHINE event held in Austin, TX last month.

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