A new threat report finds researchers seeking to blunt DDoS attacks have themselves come into the crosshairs.
As the U.S. embarks on its first openly declared “cyber war,” how will offensive capabilities be applied in future conflicts against an array of enemies?
In a recent two-week exercise, the Army tried to more seamlessly integrate cyber and electromagnetic spectrum operations, which is seen as a necessary response to emerging threats.
SCADA enablers and unidirectional gateways offer a predictive advantage against targeted persistent attacks, Waterfall Security’s Andrew Ginter says.
Despite the vulnerabilities of increasingly connected devices, national security experts outlined manageable ways to curb these concerns.
In a recent panel discussion, an Air Force general said the electromagnetic spectrum should be declared a domain, given how important EMS operations are.
The outgoing commander of the Air Force’s cyber force, Maj. Gen. Ed Wilson, offers some parting advice: 'Think big, start small, scale fast."
Officials push back on criticism that there is lack of clarity on how it will work with civilian agencies in the event of an attack on infrastructure.