The Joint Force Headquarters for the DOD Information Network, a subordinate command of Cyber Command, is developing a strategic plan for defending its networks around the world.
In the annual Cyber Guard exercise, DOD worked with organizations across all sectors to simulate the response to a coordinated cyberattack.
European partners claim they have demonstrated the ability to use a common radio waveform for tactical communications.
Officials have expressed exasperation over the bulky acquisition process, which does not scale at “cyber speed.”
DOD officials talk about the automated, big data tools that could do a lot to protect DOD networks.
Despite technology improvements, an Air Force scientist says a majority of wearable devices aren’t ready for the field.
Officials say open standards, cloud architectures are keys to making their network more efficient and effective.
The research agency's ICARUS program is looking for small UAS that can delivery supplies to deployed forces and then disappear.