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Intelligence community seeks protection from inside threats

A team of companies led by a Lockheed Martin Corp. subsidiary is building a tool to help the intelligence community keep tabs on the spooks behind its firewalls. The Voltaire system will integrate existing technology to identify suspicious activity by insiders with legitimate access to sensitive information. The National Security Agency’s Advanced Research and Development Activity is funding development. The prime contractor for the project is Lockheed Martin Orincon of San Diego. Subcontractors include Authentica Inc. of Waltham, Mass., and Autonomy Corp. of San Francisco. “They are not going to be developing new technology,” said Victor DeMarines, Authentica’s director of product management. “It’s all in the integration. Nobody has done this before.” Full Story

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