Cyber

Navy leaders want more code-loving sailors at sea

One wants to take ad hoc data science efforts and fold them into a formal training cycle.

No phishing: Navy uses automation, data analytics to protect seagoing networks

10th Fleet is also working to help ships’ cyber defenders reach back to experts on land.

The Navy is building dashboards for its connect-everything effort

A conversation with Rebellion Defense about its new contract for Project Overmatch.

Expect China to attack US infrastructure within 3 years, MITRE CTO says

The US needs to figure out how to disconnect its industrial-control systems from its networks—and fast, says a top leader of the defense R&D not-for-profit.

The Pentagon may need machines to help stop insider threats

Humans can’t always pick up on the nuances of network behavior so there’s a need for secure, automated tools that can.

Foreign abusers of commercial spyware hit with new visa restrictions

The Biden administration is hoping to deter the use of advanced surveillance tools.

Chinese hacking operations have entered a far more dangerous phase, US warns

“This is truly an Everything Everywhere, All at Once scenario,” one official said.

Expect ‘AI versus AI’ conflict soon, Pentagon cyber leader says

Artificial intelligence will usher in the next phase of cyber warfare, enabling new tools and new takes on classic attacks, officials and experts say.

Feds to compete for cyber glory at fifth annual President's Cup

CISA officials say the annual cybersecurity game aims to highlight the cyber-talented and educate the rest.

How Space Force is raising its cyber defenses

The newest service is building in-house cyber teams but also needs to work more closely with U.S. Cyber Command, a deputy chief of space operations says.

In the 4th Infantry Division, soldiers are cooking up homebrew data tools

And the commanding general is running courses to help others build more.

Army tests long-range quantum radio communication

A new form of atomic radio detection could protect sensitive communications from hackers—or reveal hidden adversaries.

The military’s zero-trust plans are about to face a big test

An INDOPACOM exercise will test the military’s data-centric security strategy.