Donald Reago Jr., director of the U.S. Army's CERDEC Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate, has stepped in as the center’s acting director following the retirement of Henry Muller Jr. after a nearly 33-year federal career.
Making innovation the prime driver of the U.S. defense community will require an ongoing, long-term effort, defense experts say.
A new movement could capitalize on the crowdsourcing concept, with a few well-placed tweaks, to create and deliver goods and services.
By far, concerns emanating from the cyber domain outrank conventional conflict hazards posed by the Chinas, Irans, North Koreas or Russias of the world.
In the information security sector, the same problems and misconceptions about cybersecurity crop up again and again.
A significant level of effort and commitment is needed to restore the U.S. military to where it can appropriately address the country’s many national and international security responsibilities.
They each had different backgrounds, different dreams, different heroes. Four leading women in the U.S. Defense Department gathered Wednesday and shared a unified message: You can have it all; you just can't do it alone.
The White House's first federal budget blueprint unveiled Thursday seeks to fund the nation's cybersecurity efforts by boosting budgets of the U.S. Defense Department and Department of Homeland Security—an initiative officials say will guard against the magnified threat landscape that is only getting worse.