The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency seeks proposals that convert commercial technologies into security threats.
Carried, launched and retrieved by individual soldiers, the tiny unmanned aerial systems will increase tactical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities in the field.
DOD Cybersecurity Discipline Implementation Plan covers identity authentication, reducing networks' attack surface, device hardening and the alignment of computer network defenders with DOD IT systems and networks.
The Marine Corps is testing the Secure Communications Controller, which will facilitate rapid and secure communications across networks.
With partners in state and local government, the military, universities and businesses, the Montgomery Internet Exchange is poised to expand cybersecurity research, spur economic growth and deliver content faster for businesses and consumers.
With the Hack the Pentagon program, the Defense Department is inviting vetted hackers to expose potential vulnerabilities.
According to recent budget documents, the Navy is asking for $88 million in research and development associated with cyber resiliency.
Teams of analysts from several agencies developed applications in eight hours, NGA Deputy Director Susan Gordon applauded during a keynote at the Esri conference.
With the installation of the Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services system, or CANES, on the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz, the Navy is working toward full CANES deployment across its fleet.
The research agency underwrites a project to help document a system's effectiveness at protecting user data.
As adversaries continue to bolster their technology-based capabilities, the Air Force seeks resilient systems to thwart disruptions and sustain operations.