Personal information on more than 16,000 South Korean employees, former employees and job applicants may have been taken, but no military data was compromised, officials said.
DARPA’s gecko-inspired technology would enable soldiers to scale walls without ropes or ladders.
T2C2, now a program of record, takes portable battlefield communications from kilobits to megabits per second.
The agency’s National Security Cyber Assistance Program seeks to pre-approve vendors for cyber defense.
The retaliatory move comes in the wake of U.S. rejection of Russian GLONASS monitoring stations, but will have little effect on GPS users.
Raytheon snags contract from Boeing to provide terminals for “nuclear survivable” satcom.
Lockheed Martin wins the $914.7 million contract to build a system to track even small bits of space junk.
Automated cyber defenses developed for DARPA’s competition could eventually compete against human hackers.