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Breaking Down Silos: DevSecOps Makes Security Everyone’s Business

DevSecOps is a game-changer for security teams. Industry experts share the advantages, explain the barriers to adoption and offer insight on how to successfully deploy the beneficial concept.


Preserve the Jones Act

China’s burgeoning fleets underscore the important of legislation that bolsters our own.


Iran Using Voter Data to Spoof Floridians, Warn US Intelligence Leaders

Voting systems remain secure but Russia and Iran have obtained voter data, warn DNI Ratcliffe and FBI Director Wray.


As the US Slumps Away, China Subsumes African Security Arrangements

Organizations created to fight terror groups after 9/11 are becoming conduits for Beijing’s surveillance and influence.

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Helping the DoD Meet Cloud Modernization Objectives

Enterprise Hybrid Cloud can be used to extend, mitigate, protect, and manage DoD’s cloud-based resources. Building such a hybrid cloud is a major Joint Information Environment (JIE) objective.



The Right’s Disinformation Machine Is Getting Ready for Trump to Lose

QAnon has become a linchpin of far-right media—and the effort to preemptively delegitimize the election.


The World Order That Donald Trump Revealed

When it comes to foreign policy, the president’s most important characteristic is not amorality or a lack of curiosity; it is naïveté.


Ep. 80: Army Chief Gen. McConville returns

How is the U.S. Army dealing with COVID? And what about that new joint project with the Air Force, CJADC2?


What We Don’t Know About Military Innovation

It’s time to take stock of the Pentagon’s various rapid-acquisition efforts.


US Charges Six Russians with Major Cyberattacks

U.S. officials said a new indictment describing a four-year global conspiracy belies the country’s recent offer to reset relations in cyberspace.


Intelligence Experts Suspicious of DNI Ratcliffe On Laptop Story

The chief of the U.S. intelligence community appeared to pre-judge the conclusions of an active FBI investigation.


Extremists Don’t Belong in the Military

The factors that divide Americans today pose a greater threat to the country than any foreign adversary does.


To Reboot Arms Control, Start with Small Steps

Stop accusing. Set aside questions of structure. Start talking.


Why Donald Trump’s Debt is a National Security Risk

If you owe someone a lot of money, they have leverage over you. To whom, exactly, does the U.S. president owe this money?


The Third Coronavirus Surge Has Arrived

This week’s COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations make clear that the U.S. is once again sinking deeper into the pandemic.


Army Halts Apache Helicopter Deliveries

For the second time in two years, the Army had to stop accepting Boeing's attack helicopter. The exact reason remains unknown.


Milley Speaks Out — and Trump Stays Mum

After a controversial summer, the Joint Chiefs chairman is holding his own with a string of public pronouncements.