Army to stand up multi-domain task force in Germany
The second multi-domain task force is being stood up in Germany to focus on long-range precision fires and other modernization priorities.
Latest ABMS tests break new barriers on AI and edge cloud capabilities
The latest test inserted AI into the so-called kill chain, tested base security features and deployed new tactical-edge cloud systems to power the Internet of Military Things.
DOE teams with industry on pipeline cybersecurity
Questions have been raised about TSA's process for updating pipeline security guidelines and whether it's even the right agency for the job.
E.U.: New Safe Harbor deal will be done by deadline
The United States and the European Union have made significant progress in crafting new regulations for commercial data transfers between American and European businesses, a senior European official said Monday.
US and EU get deadline for new Safe Harbor agreement
The United States and European Union have until January to hammer out a new agreement that will allow for the legal transmission of personal data between the two continents, the European Commission’s data privacy group said Friday.
U.S. scrambles as Euro court tosses Safe Harbor, upending data transfer rules
U.S. officials and tech company executives were scrambling Tuesday to deal with the fallout from a European Court of Justice ruling which tossed out Safe Harbor, the 15-year-old regulatory workaround that let American companies store Europeans’ personal data outside of the EU.