Tags Department of Defense (DOD)

Biden set to approve expansive authorities for Pentagon to carry out cyber operations

by Suzanne Smalley

The State Department fought hard to win back the cyber authorities that it lost under the Trump administration but did not prevail.

Opinion: Why doctrinal arguments continue to stymie effective cyber policies

by James Van de Velde

U.S. cyberspace policymakers view military principles with a dangerous disregard of what it actually takes to make American networks secure.

Pentagon put microgrid technology to the test at DEF CON, drawing on hackers' ingenuity

by Suzanne Smalley

The collaboration unfolded at the cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas where more than 1,700 attendees attempted to outsmart DOD technology.

Opinion: The intellectual mistakes that crippled U.S. cyber policy

by James Van de Velde

The U.S. will never successfully address cyberspace attacks against the U.S. private sector if it considers it outside the Pentagon’s purview.

House Armed Services chair calls national security software, systems 'too vulnerable'

by Suzanne Smalley

Rep. Adam Smith said the U.S. needs to invest in modernizing national security software and systems, which he said are vulnerable to cyberattacks.

Top cyber feds working toward fresh models of an old mantra: cyber collaboration

by Tim Starks

They cited progress with structures like the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative.

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