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Boeing Introduces New Cyber Tools to Aid in the Cyber Fight


At this year’s GEOINT show in Tampa, real-time text tagging of live streaming video was introduced as the latest feature in DataMaster and three new variants, including a mobile application, joined the TAC family of analytic software. DataMaster, is a software suite that serves as a repository for imagery, maps, elevation data and increasingly video.  

Video and mobility are key in the cyber fight,
and a new mobile application for TAC is one of three new products that were introduced at GEOINT. TAC+, an enhanced version of TAC, features a new user-friendly interface that facilitates workflow, and TAC+ Investigation Module helps analysts organize data into customized case files.  

Boeing and root9b have also signed an agreement to offer in depth training resources for Boeing’s Cyber Range-in-a-Box (CRIAB) as a training platform for root9b training content, for today’s and tomorrow’s cyber fight.  

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