TechNet Augusta 22 Coverage
TechNet Augusta 2022 examines the intricacies of the cyber domain. With assistance from the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence and industry experts, the conference opens lines of communication. Leaders and operators discuss procurement challenges the military, government and industry face during a time of uncertain budgets and runaway technology advances.
More Than a Moonshot: Technological Evolution Is Imminent
Achieving all-domain command and control won’t be easy but will serve to organize and measure the best skills in defense.
The Expected Transformation of Signaleers
The traditional support role of comms soldiers will merge more into an operational role, leader says.
Super Cyber Warriors Can Be Info Ops Targets
Even well-trained cyber forces can be vulnerable to information operations from foreign adversaries.
Indo-Pacific Operations for the Army Are Challenging but Necessary
A distributed command and control concept may be a way to support dispersed bands of soldiers.
Army on the Cusp of BYOD Era
The U.S. Army is on the verge of initiating two pilot programs—one for bring your own device, or BYOD, and one for virtualization—as part of a coming year marked by action and acceleration.
Cyber Constructs for an Emerging World
Experts identify priorities for protecting assets in a continuously threatened digital world.
NATO’s Login for Sweden and Finland
Allies need to receive and contribute information for common defense, but how much they get is a decision that requires engineering.
Recruit Like You Are Jeff Bezos
U.S. Army Cyber Command shares similar challenges to that of a business manager.
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