The Department of Defense is rethinking how it approaches software and systems development in its technology programs by using more flexible methods to streamline the process and to improve cybersecurity from the start.
The CMMC should not be viewed by companies as a daunting endeavor, experts offer.
The supply chain is under siege, and the CMMC may be the key to securing it once and for all.
The relationship among contractors must strengthen to ensure that CMMC accomplishes its goals.
The Army xTech COVID-19 Ventilator Challenge has no deadline and is still accepting submissions.
Aspects of the multitiered CMMC security system, currently under development, could—and should—be adopted by companies even before the measures are formalized.
Chief of the service considers operations over the next year in an altered environment.
The development of the Integrated Visual Augmentation System continues to move forward despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Commander outlines the near-term priorities for the U.S. Air Force’s Information Warfare lead.
Worried he would be kicked out of the Navy, Richard "Chit" Chitamitre chose to cross train for a cyber career.
LLNL, Penguin Computing and AMD have reached an agreement to upgrade the lab’s unclassified, Penguin Computing-built Corona high performance computing cluster.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has laid bare the lack of strategic planning for cascading effects from a global disruption.
The new service looks to harness commercially built low-earth-orbit systems in particular, leader says.
The new service is organizing how it is pulling together its personnel.
Four systems developed by the Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate contribute to COVID-19 response efforts.
Technology Service Corp., Arlington, Virginia, was awarded a $14,000,000 modification on an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity delivery order contract (H92408-19-D-0001) in support of U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) for the Long Endurance Aircraft (LEA) program. The LEA program provides aircraft, turrets and spares required for a full multi-intelligence capability at Joint Special Operations Command. This modification raises the contract ceiling to $63,000,000 and is funded with procurement appropriation for fiscal 2020.
North Korea's malicious cyber operations are targeting the financial industry more and more.
A yet-to-begin program may change the game for future pandemics.
The two U.S. Navy hospital ships responding to emergency medical needs brought about by the coronavirus received rapid communications upgrades before they set sail.
A new telecommuting normal related to COVID-19 drives a surge in demand for DISA's Cloud-Based Internet Isolation technology.