Cyber Defense

‘Hack DHS’ program identifies 122 vulnerabilities across networks

The Homeland Security Department’s first bug bounty program reaped some benefits.

CISA add industrial control specialists to Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative

Companies in the space are trying to shape public policy and push for money agencies can use to—among other things—track their devices and other assets.

Navy to explore land to sea cyber defense technology in upcoming exercise

Proposals are due later this month for the event, which will unfold starting September 6.

Army sees results as it continues to expand its data-driven tools and cloud ecosystem

A senior official shed light on progress the branch is making in its modernization pursuits.

US-EU alignment on tech policy shaky in face of Russian aggression

The conflict in Ukraine is reinforcing an industry-friendly argument for how the government should regulate cybersecurity.

Quantum tech still too young to warrant export controls, defense advisers warn

A report commissioned by the Pentagon helps provide insight into how various federal agencies fit into big-picture policy considerations on the emerging national security issue.

The U.S. is working to improve Ukraine’s cyber defenses in the face of Russian threat

The prospect of a cyberattack amid heightened regional tensions creates a stark contrast against delicate diplomatic efforts the U.S. is pursuing to thwart ransomware criminals officials say are operating out of Russia.