The Trump administration is expected to leave in place the newly created Defense Innovation Board of high-powered tech industry executives and strategic thinkers, board chairman…
Engineers walking around in hoodies and jeans may become a common sight at the Pentagon as part of an Air Force initiative to create its…
A non-nation state actor — not the Russian government — may have been behind the recent internet attack that crippled many popular sites across U.S.,…
Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work wants service members, from Army leaders to recruits, to remember that forces are not defined by the technologies they use,…
The commander of Air Force Materiel Command recently laid out the service’s plan for ensuring attack aircraft and other weapon systems are secure from cyber-attack….
The U.S. Army recently released a draft request for proposals for the Small Airborne Networking Radio, or SANR, for the service’s rotary-wing aircraft platforms. Product…
Lockheed Martin Corp., the world’s largest defense contractor, plans to lay off about 200 employees from its information systems and global solutions unit, a spokesman…
The recent cyberattack on Ukraine’s power grid was the first of its kind and signals “new territory” for potential offensive military applications, an analyst said….
Organizers of the nation’s biggest space conference have banned reporters and other members of the press from attending any of the event’s panels on cybersecurity.
Five contractors won seats on a multi-billion-dollar contract to upgrade the Navy’s ship-based computer networks against cybersecurity threats.
Outside groups are stepping in to help match the U.S. Defense Department and other federal agencies with small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Several Senators are calling for the creation of a select Congressional committee to shepherd through cyber security legislation.
DoD announced a long-term plan to share part of its reserved airwaves with industry while preserving security and access for the military.
A new public-private partnership in northern Virginia is encouraging entrepreneurs to target the Pentagon’s growing investments in cybersecurity.
Navy personnel need to cultivate an understanding of the nuances to the electro-magnetic spectrum in order to be properly prepared for future conflict.
Some 15 percent of all defense-related mergers and acquisitions today involve cybersecurity firms, according to the Brookings Institution’s Peter Singer.
Northrop CEO Wes Bush told a crowd at AFA that he’s worried about the drop in defense R&D investment from it’s high in the 1960’s.
Comey is expected to be asked about the controversial National Security Agency surveillance programs disclosed by former Pentagon contractor Edward Snowden.
The letter comes amid revelations that cyber spies from China compromised more than two dozen of the Pentagon’s most advanced weapons systems, from the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter to the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System.
DARPA director explains plan to upgrade the research agency’s framework and focus on future equipment that includes offensive cyber weapons.