From the SIGNAL Blog
The White House announced the creation of the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center to keep tabs on and counter cybersecurity threats against the United States. [Read more...]
The University of Virginia's Applied Research Institute has signed an agreement with the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division to support a variety of research efforts, including cybersecurity and big data analytics. [Read more...]
Government, academia and industry all are struggling to find, train and retain the best and the brightest of engineers, scientists and mathematicians, compounding an already difficult challenge. [Read more...]
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SIGNAL Editor in Chief Robert K. Ackerman reported from last week's West 2015 conference in San Diego. [Read more...]
The Defense Information Systems Agency is rolling out a new open source collaboration service to facilitate secure Web-based conferencing and chats throughout the Defense Department. [Read more...]
The technological lead the U.S. military has over its adversaries could be a fleeting one as repeated budgetary cuts have bled funding from research and development coffers, offers the Navy's top military officer. [Read more...]
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Threats to areas outside of its control may pose the biggest challenge to the sea service. [Read more...]
As U.S. combat missions wind down, a part of the U.S. Marine Corps is reverting to its origin as the nation's expeditionary force in readiness established in 1775. And research is spearheading that effort. [Read more...]
The Defense Department's road map seeks a rise in machines as it plans to morph toward more autonomy. [Read more...]
The Bottom Line
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