The Army and Navy produced new mobile applications recently to help improve soldier readiness and increase access to mandatory training.
To counter the pace of cyberattacks, the new Air Force Cyber Proving Ground aims to rapidly get cyber tools to operators.
An interim solution for the Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps upgrade project is already making a big difference for users.
The future of authentication could start with mobile devices and apps that track user location and behavior, DISA Director Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn said.
During a recent panel discussion, Pentagon officials pushed back on criticisms that there is lack of clarity on how the Defense Department will respond to domestic cyberattacks.
Integrating automation into network defenses will become increasingly important as threats become more sophisticated and diverse.
In recent exercises Navy tested how unmanned underwater vehicles can disable mines.
Hacking for Defense applies lean start-up principles to problems in the Defense and intelligence communities.
The Army could soon be turning to avatars as a less expensive alternative for testing everything from military gear to medical applications.
The Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System detects oncoming or crossing aircraft and determines the best avoidance strategy.
One Army commander calls for IT systems that are simple enough for nonexperts to operate in the field.
Army CIO Lt. Gen. Robert Ferrell described how the force wants to give soldiers access to communications technologies no matter their location.