The essential qualities of a good leader include integrity, accountability, humility, vision and positivity, and AFCEA is an excellent environment to grow leadership skills, according to Tamara Greenspan, this year’s winner of The General James M.
Evolving threats and new collection methods compel a shift in direction.
HExCAT helps public officials to plan for and counter attacks at special events, such as parades, elections, sporting events and inaugurations.
With artificial intelligence growing in use across the intelligence community, the ODNI has issued a framework and basic principles for ethics in its widespread incorporation.
China's crackdown on Hong Kong has sent shock waves throughout the nations of the Indo-Pacific region, says the U.S. commander tasked with ensuring peace and security in that area.
Two Sandia National Laboratories computer scientists are earning national recognition for cybersecurity platforms they developed.
Three CECOM initiatives seek to solve vulnerable software issues that risk Army operations.
DISA was ready when telework became the new normal. Now, many of its pandemic-related measures are going to remain long after the virus has passed into memory.
U.S. Army initiatives aim to better attract and retain talented personnel, including those in the technology arena.
In response to the pandemic, DISA added 63 new circuits, increased VPN access by 300%, and helped thousands of military personnel around the globe to work securely from home.
Defense Department officials are developing an initial reference architecture for zero trust security.
Small businesses must operate differently in the large—but potentially lucrative—contract vehicle world.
Efforts to produce evidence-driven, equitable and outcome-focused policies for biometric technology have been impeded by a lack of in-depth knowledge, poor implementations, false information and emotions running high.
"We’re going to add ‘C’ in front of JADC2.”—James McPherson, undersecretary of the Army
Protecting critical data is paramount to the Army’s vision for command-centric network operations.
The COVID-19 pandemic likely will result in an array of permanent changes for the Army, affecting a number of areas, including training, teleworking and medicine.
Cloud computing, zero trust and end point security are Army priorities through the 2021 fiscal year.
The command's new center aims to churn out adroit coders that can thrive in multidomain warfare.
The command has two pilot programs underway to employ the cybersecurity tool.
Technology accelerator event features blockchain, cybersecurity and propulsion systems.