What a WWII battle can teach about cybersecurity

A collective defense used in the Atlantic during World War II holds lessons for an enterprise approach to cyber.

Cybersecurity

DISA broadens cybersecurity efforts

DOD is expanding the use of the host-based security system to include training and enterprise technologies.

Air Force planning makes major shift in cyber era

The push for cyber superiority is reshaping the Air Force's approaches to planning, spending and training, says the Air Force CIO.

Cybersecurity

DOD budget and industry: Prepare for change

The defense industry may need to adjust its offerings as DOD gives cybersecurity increasing importance.

Cybersecurity

DOD to launch department-wide cybersecurity review

Defense Department is stressing the importance of science, technology and cyber readiness in era of tight budgets.

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity becomes high priority in budget request

With large investments proposed for DOD, DHS and NSF, budget puts cybersecurity front and center.

Cybersecurity

Intelligence director urges Congress to act on cyber threat

National Intelligence Director James Clapper cited threats posed by Iran, China and Russia as dangers Congress must address.

Cybersecurity

NATO cyber defense lags

The global security organization is running behind in establishing cybersecurity policy.

Workforce

Panetta fires first shot in defense budget showdown

Get ready for the future's leaner Defense Department.

Cybersecurity

DHS takes key role in DOD cybersecurity program

DHS' new role marks a milestone for the data-sharing effort as it grows past pilot-program status.

IT Modernization

Air Force planning ahead for cyber future

With a new RFI, the Air Force looks into the future of cyberspace operations.

Cybersecurity

NDU cyber threat workshop receives top honors from DOD

National Defense University's iCollege workshop convened members of the international cyber community to discuss, tackle top global threats.

Cybersecurity

Cyber threat clearinghouse key to national security

The Defense Department has demonstrated the feasibility and benefits of public/private partnerships on cybersecurity, three experts write.

Defense bill passes after lengthy debate

While measures pertaining to military detention of suspected terrorists dominated the debate, the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act will also affect defense IT.

IT Modernization

In the intelligence community, a cosmic shift

With budget pressures bearing down and a workforce demanding mobile technology, intelligence agencies look to the cloud for solutions.

Workforce

Cyber training no longer basic

Today's troops are getting the latest in high-tech training and education to learn how to combat a fast-moving cyber threat.

Cybersecurity

Cyber programs at a glance

Here is a look at some of the cyber training programs offered by the military services.

IT Modernization

DOD targets new security approaches for the cloud

DOD is finding that the old security techniques, which weren’t that great anyway, won’t be enough in the dynamic world of the cloud.

Cybersecurity

DOD moves to speed cyber acquisition

DOD is embarking on an effort to increase the speed of acquiring cyberspace capabilities and increase the influence of end users on tech choices.

Cybersecurity

DOD must overcome 'Stone Age IT' to keep competitive, official says

The Defense Department must keep up with technology to compete on the battlefield, even amid budgetary uncertainty, DOD official says.

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