DISA Targeted to Tackle Network Defense Role
The U.S. Defense Department integrates cyber operations and defense.
—Cyber Commander Expects Damaging Critical Infrastructure Attack
The U.S. response plan entails multiple government organizations.
Fragmented Government Efforts Stymie Cybersecurity Progress
Commercial leaders press for a presidential cyber advisory committee to spur national dialogue between industry and government.
Protecting Soldier Networks From Threats, Inside or Outside
NIE efforts in the laboratory and in the field will bring better, more secure cyber capabilities to bear.
Securing Communications by Skipping the Server
Point-to-point connectivity eliminates a vulnerable middleman.
CERDEC Sets Priorities as It Prepares for New Environments
Budgets and geographic locations influence future capabilities for soldiers.
Building an Autonomous Army of Protection
U.S. Army and MIT researchers are developing new ways of shielding troops on the battlefield.
Manned and Unmanned Systems Team Up for Warfighters
Recent advances move unmanned aircraft potential closer to reality.
Fast-Flying Flimmer No Underwater Fluke
The U.S. Navy is developing an autonomous subsurface vehicle that will fly to dive.
Research, Relationships and Time Key to Foreign Military Sales
The decline in U.S. defense budgets has many prime contractors looking overseas.
Supporting the Antisubmarine Warfighting Resurgence
Enough Procrastination Over Cybersecurity
Roles Evolve in European Defense
The Way of the Fox