The U.S. government and citizens must prepare to defend democracy and assess the truth.
The Navy is using a video game to evaluate the skills of unmanned vehicle operators.
The International Committee of the Red Cross is harnessing high technology to show the impact of war on children.
DARPA delves into the gray zone.
NATO wants to work with Russia on security measures, but the resurgent power must make concrete moves that show it is serious about cooperation.
Two annual guides are available about technologies now ready for prime time.
The intelligence command secures contractor insider threat resources, among other capabilities.
The DHS has a strong focus on the partnership aspect of the buying process and offers industry many avenues to engage as a result.
Army officials plan ahead for a return to sequestration in fiscal 2020.
The service is grappling with how to operationalize the approach.
Army officials apply the streamlined IT box concept to acquire offensive cyber weapons.
The department stresses that cloud computing is the key to warfighter success.
With this new approach, the service asked industry to propose solutions to four of its top problems.
The Army is interested in microsatellites, dynamic spectrum, ground-based GPS alternatives, AI, machine learning and robotics.
We may not fight China or Russia, but we will fight their equipment and technology.
The Defense Information Systems Agency’s second venture into groundbreaking commercial service-based cloud infrastructure gets the green light.
The Navy continues to move toward fielding a high-energy laser weapon system for NAVSEA.
In a $350 million deal, San Francisco, California-based Splunk Inc. will purchase Phantom Cyber Corporation, a Palo Alto, California-based cyber security firm specializing in security orchestration, automation and response, known as SOAR. Splunk will acquire Phantom using a combination of cash and stock. The transaction is expected to close during the first half of 2018, subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory reviews. Oliver Friedrichs, Founder and CEO, Phantom will report to Haiyan Song, senior vice president and general manager of security markets, Splunk.
The winner of the AFCEA DC Chapter’s shark tank competition, Bastille Networks, addresses radio frequency emissions concerns for the Internet of radio.
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