The Defense Department has launched a number of mobile device programs, but the devil is in the details when it comes to deploying handhelds past the wire.
The portal would mimic the look and functionality of the Web, including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other sites for scenario-based training.
The Army's new lab at Aberdeen Proving Ground tests and evaluates software and electronics bound for Network Integration Evaluation 12.2.
The MCX will use SAS to perform cluster analyses, which will help it gain better insight into the unique and changing needs of the local population.
An international effort by the Defense Department and the U.S. Navy is developing Web-based applications that will let allied navies share data in the fight against piracy on the high seas.
The Defense Department is expanding a program to share cyber threat information and inviting all of its eligible contractors to take part.
New Defense Department approval means personnel can now use the BlackBerry 7 line of products across the department's enterprise network.
A new gray hat hacker group hits 10 organizations, including three U.S. government sites and one at Harvard, saying it wants to promote better security.
DARPA is looking at the gaming industry to help it design medical training and education software for use on mobile devices.
A nonprofit initiative to check on SSL implementations finds that 75 percent of those sites are vulnerable to a BEAST attack, and only 10 percent are secure.
Forget Russia, China and Iran. The real threat to critical infrastructure is a failure to address security fundamentals in the design and operation of U.S. systems, says one analyst.
The agency is testing READI, which uses satellites to detect minute changes in GPS-enabled ground stations, providing real-time data on quakes and better tsunami predictions.