Retired U.S. Navy Adm. Archie Ray Clemins, the recipient of AFCEA’s 1998 David Sarnoff Award, died in March.
Among the plethora of capabilities it will provide, 5G could be used to run a multilevel secure coalition communications system.
The Army is establishing a persistent atmosphere for development of Joint All-Domain Command and Control, or JADC2, capabilities.
The director of defense research and engineering for modernization provided an update on the department's modernization efforts during the Critical Issues in C4I Symposium.
Small businesses have a plethora of opportunities to participate in upcoming Marine Corps contracts.
Enterprise technology providers are making big bets on systematizing the COVID-19 contact tracing process through call centers or dashboards, rapidly ramping up capacity.
The Space Force announced that Space Security Challenge 2020: Hack-A-Sat would proceed as planned, but in a virtual format.
Cyber attacks on the Defense Department networks are on the rise during the COVID-19 pandemic, spurring greater demand for network situational awareness data.
The coronavirus is not stopping the DOD from proceeding with work on the CMMC, and it shouldn’t slow down industry in doing the same.
As many parents face a new challenge in home schooling their children, it is important that they emphasize the importance of STEM studies and career paths as part of their teaching.
Intelligence must be refocused in the post-COVID-19 era. Five emerging technologies may hold the key.
DOD CIO attests that allowing the company’s cellular network puts the military’s satellite navigation operations at a big risk.
Global security experts are planning for the post-COVID-19 world via a 50-hour transatlantic jam session.
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The Air Force’s A-6 considers how to heighten cybersecurity in a work from home culture.
The U.S. Marine Corps University’s Krulak Center is searching for a professor of cybersecurity.
The DOD's Ellen Lord suggests that foreign adversaries may take advantage of the ongoing pandemic to conduct economic warfare against the United States.
The agency looks to advanced software and data-driven solutions.
The military cranks out protective gear for COVID-19 and future pandemics.
A self-assembled “skunk works” team has worked tirelessly to prototype a simple ventilator design for quick and easy assembly from available parts.