Cyberwarfare


DOJ charges 7 Iranians with hacks against US banks, infrastructure

The indictment of Iran-linked hackers follows similar charges against others, highlighting that law enforcement has become a new tool in the cybersecurity arsenal.

DOJ files charges against 3 Syrian Electronic Army members

Three SEA members were named in a pair of criminal complaints for a variety of malicious online activity.

Army making noise with radar encryption

CERDEC researchers develop a programmable waveform that looks like noise to adversaries and can adapt to congested environments.

Growth in cyber threats reflected in budget

The head of Cyber Command, Adm. Michael Rogers, tells Congress the command’s increases in budget requests are justified if you “look at the world around you.”

Transcom is a case in point for whole-of-nation cyber posture

In congressional testimony, Gen. Darren McDew outlines how his outfit is uniquely postured between military and commercial service networks.

Navy strikes deal for backpack anti-IED jammers

The military is continuing to invest in giving ground troops portable electronic warfare tools.

An airman goes through flight procedures during Red Flag 16-1.

Endgame cyber solution proves useful for Air Force at Red Flag

The commercial tool has been effective in hunting and securing networks during the Air Force’s two most recent large-scale exercises.

The 4 prongs of DOD's cybersecurity discipline plan

The Pentagon's implementation plan looks to enforce better cyber hygiene throughout the department.

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