Michelle Dennedy (r), chief privacy officer for Intel Security, talks about a new program to teach children safe cyberpractices in partnership with Discovery Education, led by Bill Goodwyn, (c). Penny Baldwin, CMO of Intel Security, moderated the discussion.

Students to Learn Cybersafety With New Program

November 14, 2014
By Sandra Jontz
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Intel Security partnered with Discovery Education to launch a three-year national education initiative with a goal of reaching at least 35 million students with a brand new program to teach safe cyberpractices. “Think Before You Link” is the first and only Discovery Education-supported initiative to focus on cybersecurity education with a first of its kind digital safety curricula.

President's Commentary: Enough Procrastination Over Cybersecurity

December 1, 2014
By Lt. Gen. Robert M. Shea, USMC (Ret.)

Government officials, academia, business leaders, policy wonks and security experts have been mulling over how to implement an effective cybersecurity strategy for years. Being a domain that is incredibly dynamic and loosely defined and operating in a constantly shifting environment does not mean that the quest for a solution must be interminable. The adoption of thoughtful, well-crafted cybersecurity policy must quickly move from theory to practice—now. And this move must be holistic.

PEO Spotlight: Supporting the Antisubmarine Warfighting Resurgence

December 1, 2014
By George I. Seffers
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World events have caused the U.S. Navy to once again focus on antisubmarine warfare, in part, by building the P-8A Poseidon multimission maritime aircraft to replace the aging P-3 Orion. When it comes to getting the P-8A to the warfighter and keeping the older P-3 in the air, the buck stops with Rear Adm. CJ Jaynes, USN, program executive officer, air anti-submarine warfare, assault and special mission programs (PEO(A)).

Incoming: The Way of the Fox

December 1, 2014
By Lt. Gen. Daniel P. Bolger, USA (Ret.)

For more than half the history of our country, one of the surest ways to be elected president was to gain public fame as a general in the U.S. Army. Since the tumultuous 19th century, we have fallen out of the habit of electing generals. But the one exception to the rule turned out to be Dwight D. Eisenhower, former five-star general, former commander of Allied forces in Europe in World War II, first supreme commander of NATO and a two-term president who defined an era.

Claude-France Arnould, chief executive of the European Defence Agency, gives the opening keynote address at TechNet Europe Paris 2014.
Lt. Gen. Wolfgang Wosolsobe, AUS, director general of the EU Military Staff, discusses EU military perspectives.

Roles Evolve in European Defense

December 1, 2014
By Mandy Rizzo

Multiple transnational organizations are moving to ensure security in an increasingly dynamic environment in Europe.