From the SIGNAL Blog
The third annual World Password Day serves as a reminder to practice one tenet of good cyberhygiene. Intel Security and partnering companies urge government agencies, consumers and enterprises to double down on efforts to ensure password best practices. [Read more...]
Contract protests can be the fault of government, contractors or the process itself. For government, it may be something as simple as lack of understanding on the part of contracting authorities. [Read more...]
NATO has initiated Dynamic Mongoose, this year's biggest antisubmarine warfare exercises in the North Sea, with a focus on detecting and defending against submarines. [Read more...]
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The Finding Individuals for Disaster and Emergency Response device lived up to its name in Nepal, detecting signs of life that led to the rescue of four men trapped under as much as 10 feet of bricks, mud and other debris following a devastating earthquake. [Read more...]
Years ago, commercial satellite providers successfully nudged their way into the military space domain. Some companies are gambling with technological improvements in hopes of retaining a hold on the lucrative market. [Read more...]
Key challenges continue to plague U.S. federal agencies and contractors in the area of cybersecurity, particularly for civilian agencies that trail the robust cyberdefense efforts of the Defense Department and intelligence community, according to a congressional investigative office. [Read more...]
This Month in SIGNAL Magazine
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Cyber as a warfighting domain now is defended by an operational organization.
A freak weather condition that spoofs sensors and controls may be the cause of airliner disappearances. [Read more...]
Terrorists, their supporters and other adversarial groups and individuals are finding new and creative ways to use the law against their enemies. [Read more...]
The Bottom Line
It all began with Dolly, the first animal to be cloned from an adult somatic cell. While technical advances continued to make the news, their effects and the possibilities they created did not reach lawmakers or the legal profession. [Read more...]