The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate has a contract to develop blockchain security technology to prevent credential fraud.
For multidomain operations across the forces, the complex array of integrated sensors, data and secure processing needs to be effectively connected to warfighters.
The U.S. Second Fleet and its NATO command ally in Norfolk look to advance operations in the North Atlantic.
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.
We stand at a crossroads in the Indo-Pacific region, and the actions we take now may well determine the future of the region and beyond.
AFCEA International has awarded more than $70,000 in the form of 25 scholarships for the 2019-2020 academic year to both undergraduate and graduate students nationwide.
As the Defense Department moves to embrace more innovation, it will change the way our future wars will be fought.
The California Consumer Privacy Act gives the state’s residents the ability to see and control the personal data companies have, share and sell.
The U.S. Defense Department could one day place thousands of low-cost, floating sensors into the ocean to collect environmental data.
The U.S. Army is looking toward the Internet of Things to reshape the future force for multidomain operations.
On the battlefield of the future, warfighters will need to be extraordinarily interconnected to weapon systems in the air, sea, space, land and digital realms.
Making more intelligence available to a wider range of customers, including the general public, is a major goal of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command’s intelligence directorate.
As the U.S. Air Force is working to define operations on the battlefield of the future, sensors or other digitally connected devices will play a key role but on a much larger scale.
The Defense Department needs to look hard at where it can gain the greatest benefit at the least cost in implementing an AI ecosystem.
Operating across the great distances of the Indo-Pacific region requires robust communication solutions.
INDOPACOM's intelligence community has been cognizant of China's threat to peace and security throughout the region for many years. Now, it must address the issue.
The campaign, called Science and Technology Advancing Resilience for Contested Space (STARCS), will fund dozens of Laboratory Directed Research and Development projects.