The Department of Homeland Security’s CISA forms new cyber defense organization.
Officials assessed the Network Coverage Overlay (NCO) during the recent Network Modernization Experiment at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.
Communications is an integral part of any Army, Navy, Air or Space Force.
Networking, competitions and academic outreach expand intelligence careers.
Communicators can uniquely replicate the effects of satellite communications if they look to the past and once again use the Earth’s only organic satellite, the moon.
Absent a strategic vision and refreshed or rewritten doctrine, the Army could find itself struggling to explain and defend its value in a rapidly changing strategic environment.
The Army is developing three pilot technologies designed to simplify the planning and management of its tactical network.
Despite being equipped to lay waste to the countryside, the U.S. Army is cleaning up waste and practicing conservation as part of a broad effort of environmental measures.
ARL researchers examine robot-human team interactions to support soldiers.
Starting this fall, high school students in the state of Georgia will have the unique opportunity to take an elective course in intelligence and national security studies.
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Whether you’re reviewing data in a meeting space or actively engaged in a command-and-control center, your network must function as a “warfighting” platform in order to protect private information.
As the largest and oldest service at the tactical terrestrial layer of the joint force, the Army has enduring data imperatives: speed, scale and resilience. Executed diligently, these imperatives facilitate an information advantage for ground forces in garrison and in theater.
The military services have wrestled for decades with the challenge of communicating and sharing data securely with each other, let alone with non-DoD partners and allies.
The military application of transformative technologies like AI and mixed reality relies on data the way conventional military power relies on ammunition.
In modern warfare, against near-peer adversaries, victory will no longer be guaranteed by strength of arms alone.
Cyber attacks present an increasing threat to the United States across all sectors of government and commercial industry, from the battlefield to the factory floor, requiring a strong, holistic approach to cyber defense through active monitoring and modeling techniques.
The AFCEA Educational Foundation was thrilled to receive photos highlighting how Melissa Blair Tracy, Odyssey Charter School, Wilmington, Delaware, used her Ciena Teacher Grant to promote STEM learning.
A Zero Trust approach is imperative in a world where data and users are not co-located within the same perimeter, as indicated by the May 12 White House Executive Order #14028.
Srini Iyer is the chief technology officer and head of ManTech’s Innovation & Capabilities Office.
Q. How can the military secure data at the edge to ensure reliability?
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s new Moonshot Labs is designed to bring in emerging technologies and software advancements.