The SIGNAL Blog
July 17, 2019
Posted by Kimberly Underwood
The Defense Department’s latest IT-related strategy emphasizes cloud and cognitive computing.
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Stop Blaming NSA for Cyber Attacks
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By Noah Schiffman
Initial news reports on the recent ransomware attack leveled against the city of Baltimore erroneously claimed that the ransomware leveraged an NSAdeveloped exploit to compromise the city's municipal systems.
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By Brian Wright
The Defense Department is on the verge of benefiting from a decision to share a coveted band of radio frequency spectrum previously reserved for national security assets.
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By Mav Turner
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Picking up the pace of acquisition reform is critical to our ability to maintain our dominance in innovative solutions for our warfighters.
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By Steven Boberski
WebRTC aligns with the Defense Department’s plans for cloud computing, collaboration and adoption of more open-source platforms.