Military unsure how physical access is handled at more than 100 installations
The Air Force and Defense Logistics Agency monitor how control systems are used at posts, but the Army, Navy and Marine Corps do not, according to a new report.
DDS is interested in more than just the hacks at DEF CON’s aviation ‘village’
The head of the Defense Digital Service sees opportunities to bolster the military's cybersecurity workforce at the annual hacker conference in Las Vegas.
Air Force gets supercomputing-as-a-service to power weather forecasting
A new Cray supercomputing system will be delivered to Oak Ridge National Lab and offered as-a-service to the Air Force weather forecasters.
Bug bounty finds 54 flaws in Air Force’s new cloud system
The largest payout from the bug bounty totaled $20,000.
DOD’s global flight tracking system needs upgrades, Air Force says
On top of creating new software, a contractor would be required to maintain and upgrade existing functions and applications in the DAIP.
New Air Force cybersecurity program will take a close look at fighters and bombers
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Fighters and Bombers Directorate is creating a new office for well-documented security vulnerabilities in those aircraft.