The CLIQR Quest Challenge asks participants to use their social media skills to locate QR codes that represent resources crews would need in an emergency.
In a study on cybersecurity attitudes, one-third of security officials rated computer security higher than missile defense.
In the cybersecurity world, the military model of mitigating damage when operating in degraded conditions is increasingly applicable.
The Defense Department's research arm is developing new methods to provide cell tower-grade communications to warfighters, even in remote and rugged areas.
The Swiss Space Center's CleanSpace One project aims to help sweep the orbital paths of dangerous debris, but let's hope it's not one piece at a time.
The Army's WIN-T program is using recent exercises in New Mexico to ready itself for a major evaluation this spring.
The hacker collective plans regular strikes against government and corporate sites, while NSA's chief reportedly is concerned the group could soon be capable of attacking the power grid.
Sen. Joe Lieberman's attempt to strike the "right balance" draws the ire of Sen. John McCain and other GOP leaders, who are planning their own bill.
The Air Force is doing more with less by developing control and sensor systems that work across many platforms and reduce the number of unmanned aircraft systems and controllers needed for operations.
E-mail addresses posted after a hack of intell analysis company Stratfor are being used in a spear-phishing campaign targeting its subscribers.
Both companies have been playing a part in the military's move toward smart phones.
Obama's 2013 budget proposal aims to cut federal IT but increase its use when it makes government more efficient. Here's where 10 departments stand.