Artificial intelligence is not smart enough to replace humans in cybersecurity.
IoT-connected devices and apps have the potential to do some serious damage.
We have an opportunity to develop the most advanced satellite communications system ever built.
Military and government are benefiting from a fast and effective encryption solution.
Federal administrators should balance the desire for modern software-defined networking solutions with the realities of government.
Create solutions that put data to work with secure intelligence from device to cloud.
When another threat rears its head, government networks and the professionals who manage them can be better equipped to meet it head on.
The NSA has had an unprecedented clout on commercial data security legislation and regulations.
The ability to harvest and analyze structured and unstructured data is essential in battling fraud, waste and abuse.
The time is now for government leaders to leap into open source, but they need to be cautious in their approach and definition.
Government investment in network-enhancing solutions today will help agencies leverage the benefits predicted for AI tomorrow.
Emerging optical transmission technologies are bringing change to long-haul transport networks.
The overall security attack surface continues to expand with more potential points of access for criminals to exploit, but industry is tackling the challenges head-on with numerous innovative solutions.
Federal agencies must develop strategies to anticipate risks and implement defensive measures to minimize cyber risks. The government now has the authority and flexibility to do that.
Technology is cheaper, faster and more widely available to enterprising bad actors.
Many U.S. Defense Department networks are built on outdated legacy architecture never designed to address continually evolving threat vectors.
The Home Station Mission Command Center technology refresh is part of the Army’s Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program.
Legacy technology is not equipped to adequately prevent attacks that are now becoming alarmingly commonplace.
How applying the DevOps mindset and processes to digital planning address cybersecurity.
By prioritizing network modernization, agencies bolster cybersecurity and meet the core mission requirements.