Army senior leaders are expressing concern that the services’ growing digital footprint and use of information technology increases vulnerability to potential attackers.
The Army is moving its existing and future hardware to Windows 10 as an operational and security enhancement.
Trivalent is providing U.S. Special Forces with a new data protection technique which leverages encryption and a new method called digital shredding to improve data protections.
A panel of IT experts and former high-level military officials said acquisition red tape slows DOD’s ability to acquire cutting edge technology.
The Air Force’s latest cyber space weapons system increases control of cyberspace data for more versatile operational command.
The hacking exercise could help reveal Air Force cyber vulnerabilities.
Short range air defense capabilities will be added to the counter-fire and counter-drone surveillance functions of the Army’s Lockheed AN/TPQ-53 counter-fire radar system.
The upcoming engineering work corresponds to ongoing development of the USS Zumwalt’s new computer system called Total Ship Computing Environment.