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DISA Faces Personnel Shortage

Anthony “Tony” Montemarano, DISA executive deputy director, speaks about workforce challenges at TechNet Cyber. Photo by Michael Carpenter

Officials seek talent across an array of mission areas, including cyber.


New Commission Takes on U.S. Cyber Policy

Lawmakers have created a new organization, the Cyberspace Solarium Commission, to tackle a national cybersecurity policy.

A group of legislators lead development of a national cyber doctrine.


Taking a Byte Out of Cyber Crime

The FBI’s Cyber Division is strengthening its investigative capabilities to battle more and more digital-based crimes from global adversaries, says Amy Hess, executive assistant director of the FBI’s Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch. Credit: Atlantic Council/Image Link

Cyber-related attacks are becoming a greater part of the FBI’s portfolio, leader says.


DISA's Approach to Partnership

Vice Adm. Nancy Norton, USN, director, DISA, and commander, Joint Force Headquarters–Department of Defense Information Network, speaks at West. Photo by Michael Carpenter

The Defense Information Systems Agency director asks industry to be clear about a technology’s true capabilities when presenting the military with solutions.


Urgent Need for Cybersecurity Professionals Grows


The cybersecurity workforce gap is real, and it’s growing. The challenge for government agencies in the United States to recruit and retain talent is mammoth.


All Parties Pitch in to Build a Cyber Workforce

How do we produce the skilled cyber professionals so badly needed across the spectrum of technology jobs in the United States? It's all hands on deck.

Cyber Resources

Signal Cyber Edge April 2019

This edition of The Cyber Edge celebrates and recognizes the contributions of women in cybersecurity and STEM. All of the articles in the section were written by women and feature expert opinions on o ...

MEASURING SECURITY: Making Sense Out of a Modern-Day Tower of Babel

Despite obvious and compelling needs for ways to measure security, AFCEA's Cyber Committee found that there is no consensus about how to measure security. To the contrary, its members found that the s ...

Attivo Networks® ThreatDefend™ Platform and the MITRE ATT&CK Matrix

The MITRE Corporation Adversarial Tactics, Techniques, and Common Knowledge (ATT&CK™) Matrix provides a model for cyber
adversary behavior, reflecting various phases of an adversary's lifecycle and ...

AFCEA 2019 Army Signal Conference Solutions Showcase

2019 AFCEA Army Signal Conference Solutions Showcase Compendium
Prior to the conference, the U.S. Army identified opportunities for industry to offer potential solutions to problems the service and ...

Intelsat-29e Interference Mitigation Testing

Cyber threats are growing more advanced, with networks constantly under attack from entities in search of critical data to deny transmission or steal information. Intelsat EpicNG delivers reliability, ...

2018 Trends in Cybersecurity: Building Effective Security Teams

As cybersecurity has become more complex, traditional methods do not account for the wide range of issues related to securing corporate data and handling privacy concerns. New technology, improved pro ...

Turning Data into a Strategic Asset for the Warfighter

Federal agencies increasingly need data-derived insights to address complex challenges, deliver mission success, and optimize resources for maximum effectiveness and efficiency. Whether the challenge ...

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