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NATO Readies Strategy To Steer Use Of Autonomy

The document, expected later this year, will include moral and ethical guidelines on how to best use autonomous technologies.

After 5 Full-Throttle Years, Kessel Run Is Settling In for the Long Haul

The new leader of the Air Force “software factory” wants data and architecture standards that stand the tests of time.

The Air Force Has A Plan To #Fixourcomputers and More

After airman complaints go viral, USAF CIO promises to make the service’s IT more generally reliable and capable.

Anduril Unveils Deployable Military Operations Center

The company hopes the military will test its tech during an upcoming exercise.

White House Announces New Restrictions on Foreign Investment in US Tech, Supply Lines

Administration will require investments to be weighed on whether they will put U.S. national security at risk.

Ukraine War Offers Clues to Future War, Joint Chiefs Chairman Says

Don’t expect any more tank columns massing on highways like sitting ducks.

Space Chief Nominee Worried About Launchpad ‘Traffic Jams’

The Space Force will “need to look at other opportunities” as launch cadence grows, Lt. Gen. Chance Saltzman told lawmakers.

US Trails China in Key Tech Areas, New Report Warns

Ex-Google, DOD leaders paint dire picture unless U.S. organizes to win technology races.

DOD Must Put Software at the Core of Its Operations, Report Says

The CIA's chief technology officer and the former head of the Air Force's Project Maven want to yank the Pentagon out of the industrial age into the digital age.

Shield Critical Infrastructure from Electromagnetic Pulses, DHS Says

The National Public Warning System offers a model for defending other vital systems and services.

Iranian Hacker Group Posed as Journalists to Hunt Dissidents

Group spent weeks trying to fool specific targets with intricate appeals—including U.S campaign staff.

Army Updates Cyber Training After Some Graduates Weren’t Ready for Their Jobs

New classes and updated curriculum reflect evolving threats and lessons from the Ukraine war.

As Russian Oil Exports Rise, Governments and Shipping Companies Play Cat-and-Mouse

High-tech tracking tools haven’t deterred Black Sea smugglers from lining tankers up like cars at a gas station.