Cyberwarfare


Army building common ground for device encryption

CERDEC'S universal encryptor, called RESCUE, can provide a solid crypto core for numerous devices, increasing capability while cutting costs

Critical infrastructure is a growing cyber target

A former Secret Service CISO, now with Trend Micro, talks about critical infrastructure threats, the "trust deficit" among international partners and the challenge of scaling U.S. cybersecurity expertise.

DOD to adversaries: Send us your zero-day attacks

The Pentagon wants to raise the costs on cyber adversaries, but not how you might think.

IC officials: Cyber threat is real, but it's not the only one

During congressional hearings, intelligence officials outlined the threats facing the U.S. and painted a picture of a complex environment.

Army wants help with next-gen C5 tech

The Army is looking for research proposals that can address new requirements and development of maturing technologies in command, control, communications, computer and cyber.

DOD's $6.7B cyber budget focused on emerging threats

The request for fiscal 2017 takes into account increased activity by Russia, China and other potential adversaries.

Bill introduced to address capability gaps in EW

Sens. Mark Kirk and Kirsten Gillibrand introduced legislation to speed up acquisition and provide funding flexibility for fielding electronic warfare capabilities.

Report outlines cyber activity from top U.S. adversaries

The security firm CrowdStrike details cyber activity globally in 2015, with focuses on Russia, China, North Korea and Iran.

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