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Cyber Rule Could Quell the Urge to Merge for Government Contractors

Do you work for a cyber company with federal government contracts? If so, hold onto your hat, because $210 billion in government information technology contracts will expire this year and be re-competed. [Read more...]

Obsolescence Looms, Innovation Beckons

Not only does the Army want new capabilities to deal with dynamic changes in the warfighting realm, it also faces the challenge of obsolescence in many of its existing communications-electronics systems. [Read more...]

Army Faces Around-the-Clock Cyber Challenges

The service often fights in cyber with one hand tied behind its back. [Read more...]



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WikiLeaks Publishes Files It Says Are Biggest Leak of Secret CIA Documents

Document dump highlights realities of cybersecurity and insider threats.
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U.S. Navy Taking Risks by Pushing Modernization in Favor of Forward Deployed Fleet Readiness, Admiral Warns

The integrity of the U.S. Navy suffers today because the integrity of the force depends on capability, capacity and readiness—three areas that have taken a beating with a Navy at war for 15 years and the budget shortfalls threatening so many military arenas. [Read more...]

Technology Changes Outpace Perspectives

The network is the message as machine learning takes the reins. [Read more...]



This Month in SIGNAL Magazine

SIGNAL Magazine's March issue features articles on the Internet of Things, homeland security and acquisition reform.

Clouding the Vision of the Internet of Things

The transition to the cloud is becoming more complex and unveiling more challenges. [Read more...]

Girding the Grid for Cyber Attacks

A rapidly evolving threat complicates defensive efforts. [Read more...]

A Door Opens for Acquisition Reform

Change in leadership allows government to pursue new directions. [Read more...]



Your Turn

Cutting the Gordian Knot of Privacy

A lot has changed since the paper-based processes of the 1970s, and we need a serious debate about what constitutes privacy in the digital age. [Read more...]


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