NASA won’t rush Mars mission over U.S. ‘space race’ with China
“The Chinese space program is also a military space program,” said Administrator Bill Nelson on Wednesday.
FBI wants to work more closely with private sector to boost deterrence
The Bureau's lead cyber policy official Tonya Ugoretz says it can't act alone to defend against the range of potential attacks.
US, UK forge emerging technology R&D partnership
AI, quantum computers and batteries are high on the list of technologies the two countries hope to maintain an advantage over foreign adversaries in.
USAID hit with cyberattack by Russian-backed group Nobelium: Microsoft
Hackers are believed to have accessed the agency's Constant Contact email marketing service account.
Lawmakers reintroduce bill to finance 5G projects in 22 European countries
The legislation aims to rid potentially compromised equipment from networks in Central and Eastern Europe.
CISA has a better understanding of critical software post-SolarWinds hack
The National Risk Management Center spent the last four months determining the risks such software poses to national critical functions and developing tools to mitigate the threat.