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Keith Alexander's cyber startup draws backing

The former NSA director's firm, IronNet, will use the cash infusion to scale his line of cybersecurity products.

DISA mulls small businesses for National Gateway Center support

The agency is looking for engineering and hardware and software services in support of its cross-domain messaging system.

Cyber warriors take to the battlefield

Armed and in full camo, an Army team gives a mission force valuable real-time information during a recent exercise.

Navy wrapping up its switch from BlackBerry to Apple, Android

The transition for shore-based mobile users on NMCI and ONE-Net is to be completed by the end of January 2016.

Army unsheathes Excalibur supercomputer

The 3.7 petaflop Cray Xc40 machine greatly boosts processing power at the Defense Supercomputing Resource Center.

Navy is on to the next phase of laser weapons

ONR awards Northrop a potentially $91 million contract to develop a more powerful directed-energy system.

Army wants autonomous UAS for GPS-denied environments

Researchers are looking for game-changing sensing technologies that could work for a variety of unmanned vehicles.

Air Force 'on the road' to predictive cyber algorithm

The Air Combat Command’s chief of intelligence talks about "fusion warfare" and how today’s cyber capabilities resemble aviation during World War I.