What Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is revealing about tech in modern warfare
Experts argue that the U.S. government needs to better understand the weaknesses of its autocratic rivals — and then find ways to exploit them.
US needs to harness software to be more adaptable in electromagnetic warfare
Software defined capabilities will allow the U.S. to be more agile against sophisticated threats.
Ukraine crisis shows effectiveness of Cyber Command’s persistent engagement, Nakasone says
Working with partners early to bolster cybersecurity has demonstrated to be effective in the current Ukraine-Russia crisis, the head of U.S. Cyber Command said.
U.S. Cyber Command providing cyber expertise and intelligence in Ukraine’s fight against Russia
The head of U.S. Cyber Command told Congress that his organization is supplying defensive cyber teams to Ukraine as well as intelligence and bolstering networks domestically and abroad.
State Department launching new assessment-based recruitment process for data scientists
State CDO Garrett Berntsen tells FedScoop his agency's Center for Analysis has focused "a lot of energy" on addressing its talent gap.
NASA agrees to insider threat risk assessment of unclassified systems
The agency plans to determine if the program needs to be expanded to protect more than just classified systems.