NARUS


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4 February 2016 - US-based RNA products and applications specialist Cofactor Genomics has acquired US-based Narus Biotechnologies, a biomarker development company focused on creating RNA diagnostic tests for neurological diseases, the Cofactor said.
The forum will also include senior level representatives from multinationals such IBM Canada, Oracle, Cyber Security Malaysia, McAfee, Intel, Narus, Adobe and BT Global Services.
"Narus nSystem represents our company's commitment to excellence in innovation, particularly as we develop patented solutions leveraging machine learning and big data analytics to proactively identify and thwart cyberthreats," said John Trobough, president, Narus.
"We can reconstruct all of their e-mails along with attachments, see what web pages they clicked on, we can reconstruct their (voice over internet protocol) calls," Steve Bannerman, marketing vice president of Narus told Wired.
CUTLINE: From left, Lunenburg Snow Riders club members Paula and Tom Bertram, Duane Ripley and William Narus clear storm debris from last October's snowstorm along a snowmobile trail.
Narus employs approximately 150 people globally and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.
An expanded office with new hires, new partnerships, customer implementations and the INFOCOM CMAI National Telecom Award have already characterized 2009 as a banner year for Narus in India.
"With this partnership, Raytheon and Narus will provide the best possible solution to ensure our government's sensitive networks remain protected, while also providing capabilities to identify attackers," said Steve Hawkins, vice president of Raytheon Information Security Solutions.
By James Gatdet Dak March 25, 2009 (JUBA) -- Groups of wounded or disabled soldiers of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) in Kapoeta and Narus are reported to have been rioting in the towns and demanding payment of their salary arrears.
Anderson (Northwestern University), Kumar (London Business School), and Narus (Wake Forest University) explain the customer value management approach to demonstrating and documenting in monetary terms the superior value that a supplier's offerings deliver to customers.
Narus in particular is one business book that offers great value to its readers.