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.
Iran's willingness to attack the United States and its plans for cyber war capability make it a serious threat, a panel of experts said during a House hearing.
The Defense Department's research agency seeks to build clusters of small spacecraft that work together and share information.
Without government mandates to secure critical infrastructure, a damaging cyberattack on the nation will happen, experts tell a House panel.
Researchers funded by the Air Force are exploring using "quantum memories" to secure long-range communications. Where have we seen that before?
The Navy is forging ahead with key unmanned aircraft systems programs while trying to figure out what caused two of its Fire Scouts to crash recently.
Vito Corleone had an elegant solution to identifying the source of clandestine attacks.
E-mail campaign tries to fool service members receiving disability payments into giving up their personal information, including tax returns.
DARPA's "active authentication" would be a welcome alternative to passwords and other cumbersome credentials.
DHS and the U.S. Navy are interested in extracting data from video game consoles purchased overseas, in order to catch terrorists and pedophiles.
The greatest international threat today is not to military targets or critical infrastructure but to intellectual property, said Estonian President Toomas Hendrick Ilves.