Defense IT

Real-time maps show a world at cyber war

Interactive global maps from Norse and Kaspersky depict cyberattacks in progress around the globe. It's not a pretty picture—even if it does look cool.

Defense intelligence officials struggle with mobile pilots

DIA is trying to find a balance between the advantages of wireless and the agency’s strict requirements for security.

Air Force awards $1.86B contract for next two SBIRS satellites

Lockheed Martin gets the go-ahead to finish the fifth and sixth satellites in the early missile warning and infrared surveillance system.

Navy wants to take big data into battle

ONR calls for ideas on a framework and analytics tools to help with warfighting efforts.

4G LTE and other high-speed tools ready for the battlefield

The Army boosts bandwidth at forward deployed posts with a fast, secure Wi-Fi network.

Army to test low-altitude UAV flights

The Maneuver Battle Lab and Georgia Technical Research Institute will try out software for high-speed, close-to-the-ground autonomous navigation.

Army adding to its supply of Manpack radios

General Dynamics and Rockwell Collins are delivering 1,500 more of the two-channel, software-defines battlefield systems.

Marine vehicles could soon have anti-drone laser guns

The Office of Naval Research is leading a program to develop a laser system small enough for a Humvee.