Cybersecurity experts warn that the destructive fervor could shift into the digital environment.
The Defense Digital Service (DDS) and HackerOne announced the launch of DDS’s eleventh bug bounty program with HackerOne.
Experts have issued fresh warnings to U.S. citizens over the enormous amount of sensitive, personal information being captured and weaponized by the country’s adversaries.
The GAO investigates possible weaknesses or cybersecurity gaps and makes key recommendations to rectify problems. In some ways, it saw the latest cyber breach coming.
The new strategy could allow the EU to step up leadership on international norms and standards in cyberspace, and to strengthen cooperation with partners around the world.
Government departments form response group to battle “significant and ongoing” cybersecurity attack.
DISA officials believe foreign adversaries could own quantum computers within seven years and are exploring quantum-resistant technologies to protect DOD networks.
Establishing a knowledge management strategy and organization is vital both for effective operation and for innovation.
Sometimes, it takes a village of diverse thinkers to secure cyberspace.
The Joint Force Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Network (JFHQ-DODIN) defends itself against new adversarial challenges on a daily basis.
Agile spectrum is the catchphrase for using bandwidth efficiently enough to share with civilian applications. DISA is striving toward that with three efforts.
A broad effort seeks to link military and public emergency service networks with an automated approach.
The combat support agency seeks to drive innovation as it focuses on cybersecurity, infrastructure modernization and enterprise communications.
The service’s first pursuit of such a wing is an answer to adversarial threats across the spectrum.
Protecting our personal data from misuse by corporations for financial gain or by governments—both foreign and domestic—is one of the major challenges that we all face.
Ideas for structure and policy improvements will boost data and network protection, say members of AFCEA International’s Cyber Committee in a white paper.
The outgoing DISA director reflects on leadership and fostering an environment for innovation.
Despite adversarial threats, voting day goes off mostly without issues, cybersecurity officials say.
The new office reaches initial operating capability.
One of the greatest ironies of digitization is that it is leading to the end of the binary era in society.