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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.

Mercury acquisition embeds its presence in military systems

Mercury Systems' acquisition of Microsemi's would make it the military’s largest supplier of secure embedded processing equipment.

New DARPA challenge takes aim at spectrum sharing

DARPA's Spectrum Collaboration Challenge seeks to find creative and collaborative solutions to the increasing danger of limited spectrum space.

DOD's future security, info sharing will ride on the cloud

CIO Terry Halvorsen tells Congress that a virtual cloud environment -- attainable in five years -- could improve security and allow cooperation with traditional and non-traditional partners.

A JLTV prototype.

Army adds $243M to tactical vehicle contract

The deal to Oshkosh Defense reinforces the services commitment, which could grow to $60 billion, to the next-generation Joint Light Tactical Vehicle.

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 still catching flak for tactical intell system

Despite the Army's recent efforts to make improvements, a former DIA chief says the service should move away from the current version of DCGS-A.

Lockheed Martin renews push for hypersonic spy plane

The contractor claims it could deliver a hypersonic demonstrator of the SR-72 for under $1 billion.

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