March 20, 2013

Modus Operandi was awarded a $1.5 million U.S. Marine Corps. contract to develop software to discover and analyze tactical intelligence. Melbourne-based Modus Operandi will enhance and package its BLADE Semantic Wiki software for transition into a number of Marine Corps analytics systems. The contract is called ieDENI (improvised explosive device denial). More >>

November 10, 2012

Jeff Lessner is the new vice president of business development at Modus Operandi in Melbourne. Lessner will be responsible for all aspects of the company’s business development efforts, including full oversight of sales and marketing efforts, market analysis, and management of business proposal production. More >>

July 4, 2012

Computers search vast amounts of information, and do so very quickly, but a Melbourne defense contractor has created software that helps a computer narrow what it’s looking for, adding to their power and usefulness. Just ask the military. More >>  

May 1, 2012

The Defense Department over the last decade has built up an inventory of billions of dollars worth of spy aircraft and battlefield sensors. Those systems create avalanches of data that clog military information networks and overwhelm analysts. More >>

January 26, 2012

I had the opportunity to chat with Peter Mozloom, VP, Cyber Solutions, Modus Operandi about cyber security here in the United States. This discussion included the threats and the status of our preparedness efforts and what we can do better.More >>