The service’s first pursuit of such a wing is an answer to adversarial threats across the spectrum.
Protecting our personal data from misuse by corporations for financial gain or by governments—both foreign and domestic—is one of the major challenges that we all face.
Ideas for structure and policy improvements will boost data and network protection, say members of AFCEA International’s Cyber Committee in a white paper.
The outgoing DISA director reflects on leadership and fostering an environment for innovation.
Despite adversarial threats, voting day goes off mostly without issues, cybersecurity officials say.
The new office reaches initial operating capability.
One of the greatest ironies of digitization is that it is leading to the end of the binary era in society.
By being an early adopter of 5G, the U.S. government hopes to be able to shape the new network.
The service is improving the organization of its cyber and electronic warfare personnel to support multidomain operations.
NATO and its members need a digital transformation, but not everyone is following the proper path.
COVID-19 is showing the way toward advanced information networking for civilian and military applications.
Cybersecurity is now a significant area of focus to senior leaders who have witnessed significant financial and reputational damage from adversaries.
The Defense Information Systems Agency’s efforts will improve cybersecurity across the Defense Department.
Together, advanced security and identification verification methods can greatly elevate cyber security posture, experts say.
Researchers studying human-versus-machine facial recognition abilities over the long term come up with interesting results.
The pervasiveness of cyber requires the federal government to delve into regulatory issues, privacy concerns, economic competitiveness and security requirements.
The joint advisory offers technical approaches to finding malicious activity on digital networks.
The Cyber Blitz experiment has evolved into a multidomain operations exercise that beginning next year will be named Multi-Domain Operations Live.
Virtual meeting tools help DISA reach more people and build stronger relationships with potential employees.
The Air Force software factory LevelUp Code Works aims for rapid development and delivery of cyber solutions.