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Bringing Zero Trust Architecture to the Public Sector

At a recent session at Nextgov’s CyberDefenders summit, industry experts discussed how agencies can get started on their ZTA journey.


Defense One Radio, Ep. 104: What we learned at the Tech Summit

Sixteen guests join us to discuss the war in Ukraine, cyber warfare, the challenges posed by China, and much more from this year's Defense One Technology Summit.


What Turkey Got for Letting Sweden, Finland Join NATO

And the prospective alliance members got a lesson in the politics of collective defense.


Biden: Additional $800M For Ukraine Coming ‘In The Next Few Days’

The latest aid package will include Western air-defense systems as well as more ammunition and radars.

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Air Force to Test 3D-Printed Rocket Motors

The maker, startup X-Bow Systems, recently accepted investment from Lockheed Martin.


Fight With Information, Not Just Munitions, Marine Corps Tells Commanders

A new doctrinal document asks Marines to consider information warfare as they build their battle plans.

Science & Tech

China’s Disinformation Warriors May Be Coming for Your Company

A recent attack on a rare-earths processor shows a new facet of information warfare: weaponized NIMBYism.


New Air Force Space Buyer Eyes Fixed-Price Contracts

Frank Calvelli, assistant secretary for Space Acquisition and Integration, said it's "not a bad approach for space things" and could help keep acquisitions on time.


Turkey Lifts Objection To Finland, Sweden Joining NATO

Leaders from the three nations signed an agreement in Madrid to cooperate more on counterterrorism.


Proposed Tech-Industry Legislation Would Hurt National Security

Provisions could force tech companies to break apart integrated security tools currently embedded in device and platform operating systems to screen for spyware and malware.


The US Army Just Placed What Might Be Its Last Order for Black Hawk Helicopters

The deal with Sikorsky comes just months before the military is expected to choose a company to build a replacement.