Russia

New supercomputer will let nuclear security agency do ‘1.5 quintillion calculations per second’

by Jackson Barnett • 2 weeks ago

Imagine a computer that can do 1,500,000,000,000,000,000 calculations every second. It's coming to the Lawrence Livermore National Lab in 2022.

Space Development Agency seeks information on its satellite strategy

by Jackson Barnett • 2 months ago

The new Space Development Agency is looking for feedback on its plans to launch layers of satellites into space in order to counter Russia and China.

Industry craves deeper trust from intel agencies for AI success

by Jackson Barnett • 2 months ago

The intelligence community needs to work with the private sector to boost adoption of AI.

NIST drafts enhanced cyber standards for defense contractors

by Jackson Barnett • 2 months ago

NIST published a draft of new cybersecurity guidelines for defense contractors, a key attack point for adversaries seeking government secrets and IP.

Potential supply-chain threats prompt Senate bill on training acquisition officials

by Dave Nyczepir • 4 months ago

New legislation would create an educational program for agency officials handling risk management, prompted by concerns over Chinese and Russian tech companies.

Court upholds federal Kaspersky ban, dismisses lawsuits

by FedScoop Staff • 1 year ago

The banning of Kaspersky from federal use "does not inflict ‘punishment’" on the Russian cybersecurity firm, the judge wrote.

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