Congress’ NDAA for Fiscal Year 2019 takes cybersecurity a step further, with language affirming DOD’s role in defending against attacks and operating in cyberspace.
Expert warns of the increasing signals intelligence activity by the East Asian nation.
Tactical jammers are getting an upgrade to defend against emerging threats.
“This is all about doing two things incredibly well: we’ve got to move at a lot faster pace and then do this at scale.”–Dana Deasy, U.S. Defense Department chief information officer, on the creation of a Joint Artificial Intelligence Center.
The Government Accountability Office will issue its decision on the protest by November 14.
The advance could open up the field of soft robotics at much smaller sizes.
The U.S. Army’s efforts to bring capabilities into expeditionary forces is succeeding, Army leaders report.
The authorization paves the way for “early-adopter” commands to use the system on deployment as early as this fall, primarily in the Pacific theater.
The R&D facility, headed for MIT's Kendall Square, seeks to accelerate the development of future mobility solutions.
Lockheed Martin Corp., Orlando, Florida, has been awarded an $8,569,784 cost-plus-fixed fee contract for Agile ConSec Evaluation Support software/hardware system. This contract provides for developing technologies for automatically analyzing and improving the configuration of complex composed systems to reduce attack surface while assuring expected behavior.
The small business winner is a Virginia firm that uncovers internal security threats before they can bite their employers.
The U.S. Army’s major overhaul of its network may lead to a communications structure capable of conforming to an array of operational situations.
Bidding is now open for DOD's potential $10 billion JEDI cloud computing contract.
The U.S. Defense Department released the formal request for proposal (RFP) for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) cloud contract, seeking solicitations for cloud-related services.
AFCEA’s commitment to supporting both STEM education and military personnel comes together in the AFCEA War Veterans Scholarship.
Tactical command, control and communications (C3) is significantly changing as the U.S. military retools amid 17 years of conflict in the Middle East.
Robotic process automation, or RPA, is a new type of business process technology leveraging artificial intelligence. Its uses span the realms of doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities and policy.
If you are not familiar with RPA, then think of the way that Microsoft Excel allows users to record steps when creating a macro. The concept is the same with RPA. Results include efficiencies in both public and private-sector organizations. The possibilities for RPA application are all around us.
Some experts warn that the nation’s military may one day have to do something militaries throughout history have tried to avoid: fight in major cities.
Leaders move to agile methods to support the service’s cross-functional needs.
To increase readiness, CECOM is piloting an intellectual property rights escrow concept.