For years, NASA has been inviting coders and scientists to an annual hackathon called Space Apps. This year it is aimed at the coronavirus.
There is no magic silver bullet for cybersecurity—but hard work and discipline can make things a lot easier to manage.
Concerns of another data breach hitting the government is looming over federal cyber efforts.
The commercialization of space has revolutionized geospatial intelligence, so agencies like the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the National Reconnaissance Office have to find new ways to innovate.
The IC is adapting how it operates to catch up with an ever changing world that has made the hiring and retaining of talent increasingly difficult.
The president is expected to sign a new national security presidential memorandum that will begin a series of modernization efforts of the governmentwide suitability, credentialing and security clearance system.
Every year the National Security Agency conducts its Codebreaker Challenge. The exercise aims to encourage students interested in cybersecurity to apply their talents in service of national security.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) is not happy with how the intelligence community is being treated. The vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence committee said inappropriate political pressures are taking their toll on morale.
The intelligence community is working to lay the foundation for adopting AI, including raw technology, training data and workforce education.
A group of former intelligence community inspectors general penned a letter to Congress expressing support for the whistleblower process.
Intelligence support for space as a warfighting domain will require new professionals, capabilities, alliances, and even a new perspective on the relationship between space and intelligence.
The NSA helped create a resource for non-cyber workforces to educate themselves and others about real-world cybersecurity issues and implications.
DIA’s problem is not operating at speed, it’s operating at scale.
Lt. Gen. Bill Bender discussed where the Air Force is headed to accommodate the 21st networked century, and how Leidos is helping it get there.