Democratic lawmakers target 4 agencies that reportedly surveilled protests
The National Guard, FBI, Customs and Border Protection and DEA are jointly addressed in the letter spearheaded by Reps. Anna Eshoo of California and Bobby Rush of Illinois.
DIU cloud management pilot will accelerate Pentagon’s adoption of zero-trust security
The Department of Defense wants to make big changes to the way users access their workflows.
New job for JARVISS: Coronavirus tracking for the Army
The Joint Analytic Real-time Virtual Information Sharing System was originally built for tracking terrorism threats, but officials say it was easily adapted to monitoring the spread of COVID-19.
Inside the National Guard’s annual ‘Cyber Shield’ drill
Cyber Shield is now in its eighth year and taking place through April 20 at Camp Atterbury in Indiana.
Power grid cyber deal between utility and National Guard hailed as model
The deal, under which Washington state's Air National Guard penetration tested the computer network of a state-owned utility, took two years to put together and could be replicated nationwide.
National Guard looks to private sector for cyber expertise
The Maryland National Guard wants to work with the cybersecurity industry to jointly recruit online warriors who could be activated for military duty in place at their civilian employers, the head of the state's Air National Guard Cyber Operations Group said.