Calls from Capitol Hill for "mutually assured destruction" over alleged Russian hacking are raising questions about whether cyber deterrence is even possible.
The Air Force is one year into a new program designed to identify cyberthreats to weapons systems and come up with measures to harden systems and increase resiliency to cyberattacks.
The Army's cyber director said cyber, electronic warfare and information operations must be integrated into warfighters' doctrine and training.
The Army is launching a new Rapid Capabilities Office designed to address its shrinking superiority in critical areas such as electronic warfare and cyber.
The Defense Department’s plan to stand up IT for a background check bureau could be a model for civilian-DOD cooperation.
The Naval Research Lab will use a General Services Administration contract vehicle to acquire cybersecurity services rather than conduct its own procurement.
Being an effective CIO means mastering multiple disciplines. Four CIOs new to their posts explain the demands of the role, and how new rules strengthen the CIO's hand in federal organizations.
New framework in place to govern agency's mission as DOD's cloud broker.
Officials cite complexity of requirements, not budget or sequestration concerns.
Senators focus on Iran and Israel, but defense nominee also addresses matters at home.
Three-year, $617 million agreement goes beyond bulk purchasing, Pentagon officials say.
Cyber warfare isn't a new domain anymore, but it still takes time to prepare for it, top Air Force officials said.