Using commercial gaming and simulation technology, the Army improves training, terrain knowledge and readiness.
Validating data and information is critical for technical security, but success will also depend on better education and culture change.
Relationships, reputation and good homework open doors to defense contracting opportunities.
Service leaders seek to prepare signal soldiers for multidomain operations.
U.S. Army officials expect in the coming weeks to release a data strategy that will be closely aligned with the service's existing cloud strategy.
Bureaucracy must step aside to enable information warfare operational success.
International officials recommend introverts, students on the autism spectrum and middle-aged career changers for the cyber workforce.
DISA continues to add capabilities available to warfighters and to the broader Defense Department community.
A U.S. Army strategy document currently being developed and due to be published this year will emphasize the need to dominate in the information realm.
The U.S. Navy has seized a tighter hold on the reins of information technology with a special assistant overseeing four directorates guiding the sea service in strategic planning and security.
The modernization, proliferation and commoditization of electronics make contending with peer and near-peer adversaries more difficult, lethal and deadly.
The director of the DIA describes how his organization is bringing together stovepiped intelligence into a single entity known as the Machine-assisted Analytic Rapid-repository System, or MARS.
The military is looking for machine learning solutions that can process and analyze satellite and aerial imagery to assess damage from natural disasters.
Fairfax, Virginia-based Highlight Technologies was selected to be part of the $20 billion Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Small Business indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ), multiple-award contract vehicle, as part of the CIO-SP3 Small Business On-Ramp.
The intelligence community is counting on AI to carry out its mission in the coming years, but the still-evolving technology offers many potential hazards that could cause more harm than good.
The Space and Missile Systems Center’s reorganization is still dependent on acquisition changes, leader says.
McLean, Virginia-based Capgemini announced on July 31 that it would be supporting the government’s information technology (IT) modernization efforts. The General Services Administration (GSA) awarded the company a contract under a new multiple-award blanket purchase agreement (BPA), the Centers of Excellence Discovery and Assessment BPA for Cloud Adoption and IT Infrastructure Optimization.
Commander in the Pan-Asian region is working to implement a modern outlook in a complicated atmosphere.
The latest Innovation Showcase winner is a company that simplifies encryption methods to secure entire networks of data.