Study: Air Force embedded systems face significant cyber risks

According to a recent briefing to senior Air Force officials by the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board, embedded systems face vulnerabilities, and the service doesn’t have the expertise to counter them.

Oshkosh grabs huge armored vehicle contract

The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle will replace vulnerable Humvees on the battlefield, after the Army awarded a $6.7 billion deal that could eventually grow to $30 billion.

Special Operations looking for additional UAS, training

The command recently issued a solicitation for at least three small UAS to be accompanied with training personnel in operation.

Air Force looks to get the MOAST out of open architectures

A new program wants to build on emerging open architecture standards to allow for faster upgrades of manned and unmanned systems.

Navy's Fire Scout drone copter sets endurance record

The MQ-8C Fire Scout recently showed extended endurance and range for ISR, rescue and other missions.

Army units' new Raven cameras see better than a hawk

Selected units recently received and tested 360-degree cameras with built-in infrared capabilities for their small UAS.

Joel Dolisy Solar Winds

Traditional security is dead; long live traditional security!

Don’t throw out established practices, just make them part of a larger, more sophisticated strategy, Joel Dolisy writes.

DARPA hires SRI to spearhead data privacy program

The company gets an $8.5 million contract to find a better way to protect data while sharing it.