Getting the people and processes right matters just as much as the right technology.
A 2018 exercise developed by the Army Cyber Institute at West Point and hosted by the city of Houston provided participants with a full view of potential critical infrastructure crises while also offering a path to security and resiliency.
The growing interconnection among the elements of the critical infrastructure may hold the key to safeguarding it against an increasingly sophisticated threat picture.
It is critical we understand there is enormous risk in not changing the way the Defense Department delivers technology and capability to the field. If we cannot out-innovate our adversaries, we run the real risk of losing our military advantage.
Col. Kathy Swacina, USA (Ret.), and her husband Lt. Col. Dan Swacina, USA (Ret.), have generously donated $15,000 to endow a new scholarship for female students in Georgia who are majoring in STEM.
Deliberate discussion has always been the method of determining NATO policy and direction, but the window for that approach is narrowing. NATO must decisively confront several challenges.
The life cycle of network equipment can be five to seven years, or even longer, so on this cusp of 400G it is important to choose optics that offer interoperability for the long term.
As the U.S. Army designs the next generation of tactical communications, it may find that battlefield networking’s reach exceeds its grasp.
The U.S. Navy is massing information to an unprecedented degree to serve its warfighting needs.