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Army CID warns of benefits website scam

Fraudulent website posing as the official Army benefits site targeted Army Knowledge Online accounts.

Army units give thumbs-down to battlefield intelligence system

The Distributed Common Ground System-Army is complex and unstable, and soldiers receive scant training on the system, according to units quoted a memo.

Air Force HQ completes move to DOD Enterprise Email

The service begins its migration with 7,800 unclassified accounts and 1,300 mobile devices.

UK’s mysterious combat drone completes first test flights

The Taranis UCAV represents "the pinnacle of U.K. engineering and aeronautical design" and is intended to operate in contested airspace.

DARPA hires Raytheon to work on Plan X cyber warfare platform

The company gets a $9.8 million contract to enable scaling and execution of cyber operations.

Chris LaPoint

Training on the go: How to keep up with a changing IT landscape

IT managers have to step outside their comfort zones to prepare staff for a widely dispersed and increasingly virtualized military, Chris LaPoint says.

Snowden fallout on contractors: It’s not all bad

A ThreatTrack survey finds that defense contractors feel vulnerable to cyber mayhem, but many have become more diligent about screening, managing and training employees.

US export control reforms advance

U.S. officials said they are completing a rewrite of export regulations in advance of proposed reform legislation.