Essye Miller, principal deputy, Department of Defense chief information officer, wants to reshape the cyber workforce conversation.
Keys to building a world-class cybersecurity workforce include altering the pipeline and changing the perception of it, as well as showing people cybersecurity can be fun.
Lt. Gen. Stephen G. Fogarty, USA, commanding general, U.S. Army Cyber Command, stressed the importance of people during his keynote at the third annual Cyber Education, Research and Training Symposium.
Diverse entities must coordinate efforts to maximize effects.
The Defense Department has a strategy for cyber forces. Now it must coordinate it among the different services.
Our attack surface and complexity are only expanding as commercial, government and Defense Department networks modernize and move to the cloud and software-defined networks.
“What I want [organizations] to think about is that they are always potentially on the front lines of a global cyber war.”
Space and cyber may determine who prevails in the next conflict.
Government, industry and academia must push for early education in cybersecurity.
An over-reliance on physical information security, coupled with increased emphasis on data protection, left open the door to the insider threat.
Leader outlines the priorities for the U.S. Air Force’s new Numbered Air Force.
China is aggressively pursuing a global dominance strategy beginning with the Indo-Pacific region. The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command is working to counter China's aggression.
Military leaders need to address the risks of IoT equipment with a comprehensive strategy, experts warn.
DISA's Fourth Estate Network Optimization (4ENO) Initiative moves to the initial implementation phase and could save hundreds of millions of dollars over the lifetime of the program.
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Cloud Based Internet Isolation prototyping effort is already eliminating cyber threats every day.
The U.S. Navy is striving for revolutionary information technology capabilities as it confronts new threats.
The organization will help secure weapon systems and the defense industry.
In the next month or so, the U.S. Air Force will be standing up its latest Numbered Air Force, the 16th Air Force, leaders report.
The U.S. intelligence community has made great progress against adversaries' new tactics and capabilities, but challenges still loom.
The United States is waging active cyber operations against nations that conduct information operations against it.