A panel of cyber educators encourage subject matter experts in the military and industry to teach cybersecurity part time.
U.S. Army focuses on effort to interest students in a career in the Cyber Branch through school programs and direct commissions in the cyber realm.
A new network provides outreach to students and faculty.
The President may soon sign a cyber workforce strategy.
The skills necessary to enable the cyber workforce to perform missions are much broader than writing a Python script or developing an exploit.
Who you are, or more importantly, who your IT network thinks you are and what it allows you to do, is a crucial part of cybersecurity.
Federal agencies must equally prioritize “security first” measures to ensure vulnerable legacy systems are protected in today’s digitally dominated climate.
The company’s software provided a way in for cyber marauders worldwide.
U.S. Cyber Command taking the reins for cyber warfighting via advancing budgetary oversight will help the command fine-tune its operations, leader says.
The agency’s new cyber advisory committee is helping to identify ideas and programs to fill cyber workforce gaps.
The Defense Information Systems Agency anticipates having a production decision as part of its zero-trust prototype called Thunderdome by year's end.
The electromagnetic spectrum may prove to be decisive in future conflicts.
The Defense Information Systems Agency may have to implement its zero-trust solution known as Thunderdome more quickly than expected on its classified networks.
Advancements and reorganization of cyber, signal and network capabilities are crucial to succeed against future adversaries.
DISA plans to leverage performance data to improve user experience.
An increased mission set also has led the Coast Guard deeper into cyberspace.
The agency aims to reposition its data environment for a complex warfighting future.
DISA offers industry many avenues for collaboration and business opportunities.
Next year the unit will add courses for psychological operations as well as an information warfare fundamentals and planning course.
Agency leaders discuss their needs and future business opportunities.