A cyber career requires curiosity and an ability to adapt.
The directive bans information and communications technology that poses a threat to U.S. national security.
DISA supports future warfighters by influencing innovation now.
Data management needs to be part of military planning.
Officials seek talent across an array of mission areas, including cyber.
A group of legislators lead development of a national cyber doctrine.
The JFHQ-DODIN maintains a broad-based security approach to defending defense cyber assets.
The tiny Asian country has fully embraced cybersecurity to protect its vital maritime, banking and aviation sectors, as well as its citizens.
The federal government can spur cyber education and entry into the workforce with a variety of incentives during and after schooling.
The Defense Department is employing a new design for its Next Generation (NEXTGEN) cybersecurity inspection that links the inspection to an organization’s operational mission.
Organizations want secure systems are but aren't sure how to measure their security system.
Cyber war may be raging, but the maritime services balance cyber and kinetic priorities.
The United States is fully engaged in combat operations in the cyber realm, according to a panel of military officials at the AFCEA-USNI West conference.
Chinese mercantilism poses a challenge for U.S. partners in the Indo-Pacific region.
The U.S. Defense Department is poised to implement its cybersecurity strategy focusing on near-term priorities such as endpoint management, network visibility, user authentication and cyber force development.
DISA has reorganized its technology innovation efforts into a single organization known as the Emerging Technologies (EM) Directorate.
Rob Joyce, senior cyber advisor to the director, NSA, tells attendees at CERTS that there needs to be systemic changes to fill the cyber talent gap.
The digital criminal underground is becoming stronger as hackers start to collaborate.
Across the vast Indo-Pacific region, all roads lead to cyber, according to a panel of U.S. and foreign military and civilian experts.
Technologies need to be less centralized and people need to be more informed if the Indo-Pacific region is to improve its cybersecurity, according to a panel of experts.