“The Army is the example that I hold up to my fellow sailors. The Army is doing it exactly right,” Rear Adm. William "Bill" Leigher, USN (Ret.).
Lt. Gen. Stephen Fogarty, U.S. Army Cyber Command, recommends his command and U.S. Cyber Command change their names to reflect the full range of information operation capabilities.
Congress’ NDAA for Fiscal Year 2019 takes cybersecurity a step further, with language affirming DOD’s role in defending against attacks and operating in cyberspace.
The small business winner is a Virginia firm that uncovers internal security threats before they can bite their employers.
The U.S. Navy is racing against time as well as both internal and external challenges to modernize its cyber operations.
The third and final competitor in the AFCEA Small Business Innovation Summit Shark Tank is a firm that provides advanced data security at a small level.
The United States must combat the Russian information machine.
Situational awareness is key to cybersecurity and using analytics can help create the situational awareness needed to defend the nation from adversaries.
Machine learning has advanced to the point where sophisticated methods can be more effective at cyber event detection than traditional methods.
From Head Start programs to internships and mentoring, panelists agree preparing the next generation of cyber warfighters comes down to facilitating opportunity.
It is critical to bring more women into cyber fields, not only to fortify the cyber workforce with more talent but also to apply the power of diversity that can lead to better solutions.
The Army’s Cyber Center of Excellence is hitting its initial stride in training cyber operators.
Framework performs threat-based cybersecurity architecture assessments to ensure DOD leadership has the insight to make well-informed, prioritized cybersecurity investment decisions.
As the backstop for the nation’s cyber warfare, the military should look to more partnerships to improve its defenses.
Protecting the nation's military network is a nonstop, challenging job.
The agency is working toward driving innovation, delivering solutions and defending the cyber domain.
As the Department of Defense is working to improve lethality, it is making the transition to fight in the domain of cyber.
Company challenge targets zero-day exploits that affect Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android.
To support a more lethal warfighter, the service looks to industry offerings along with improved internal policies to make it all happen.
Two major changes already have taken hold as the Army strives to modernize its network.