National Security Agency (NSA)
NSA launches open source training platform for apps, development
The new tool, called SkillTree, was developed for training NSA employees on complex applications as well as software development, but it is available for adaptation by the public.
JAIC gets new director after Senate confirmation
Lt. Gen. Michael Groen's confirmation comes with a promotion to major general. He'll have important oversight of how the Pentagon fields AI technologies.
A new JAIC director is on the way
Pending Senate confirmation, Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Michael Groen will be the next director of the JAIC.
NSA takes rare steps to support telework, remote work
Top secret NSA work will probably never be fit for telework. But, forced by the pandemic, the NSA is finding more of its less-sensitive work can be done via telework.
Energy Department reveals blueprint for nationwide quantum internet
The 17 National Laboratories will form the basis of a system for secure communication using quantum mechanics, expected within a decade.
DOD’s red team hackers struggle sharing vulnerabilities with military
The DOD's own red team hackers need to share the vulnerabilities they uncover with the military, among other issues, a new DOD IG report found.