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AFRL Cyber Center To Train How To Hack Sensors (Think IoT)

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


The Air Force sees the New Mexico training environment as eventually becoming a cyber training range for the entire Defense Department.

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5G: Speed Isn’t Everything; DoD, FCC Need To Work On Spectrum

Posted by Colin Clark on


To protect the content of 5G transmissions, the Pentagon should accelerate development of mobile applications using end-to-end encryption. Today’s military radios or encrypted email only encrypt a message in transit. The message exists in an unencrypted form in the receiving server.

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Mike Griffin Says 5G Top New Priority for R&E Shop

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“What I want to bet on is the ability of the United States and our Western allies to out-innovate adversaries,” says Mike Griffin, undersecretary of Defense for research and engineering.

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Hacker Heaven: Huawei’s Hidden Back Doors Found

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


How do you find hundreds of vulnerabilities hidden in millions of lines of firmware code?

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IoT, AI Mean More Targets for US Adversaries, says Gordon

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“This is such a data-rich world that the person who can command that data first is the one who’s gonna have a real advantage.”

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Attacking Artificial Intelligence: How To Trick The Enemy

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


“Autonomy may look like an Achilles’ heel, and in a lot of ways it is” – but for both sides, DTRA’s Nick Wager said. “I think that’s as much opportunity as that is vulnerability. We are good at this… and we can be better than the threat.”

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Bad Cybersecurity? No Access To DoD Networks

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


“We’re going to turn that off unless you secured that properly. Whoa! That’s a very different mindset,” Col. Straub told me. “The availability of the network versus the defense of the network, that’s something we’re trying to get commanders to think about.”

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DNI Clapper: Stop Combating ‘Vending Machines, Hearing Aids’

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GEOINT: If you’re not an American citizen and you walk the halls of CIA headquarters and other U.S. intelligence agencies, lights flash alerting workers that a foreign national is walking by so that any secrets on their screens or desks can be protected from prying eyes. The main reason for this is that much intelligence is… Keep reading →

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Cybersecurity Now Key Requirement For All Weapons: DoD Cyber Chief

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: Cybersecurity — it’s not just for networks anymore. The trend towards what’s called “the Internet of Things” means targets can be anywhere. “If there is a computer in something, it can be cyber-attacked, and we need to be able to harden it and defend it,” the Pentagon’s Deputy Chief Information Officer for Cybersecurity, Richard Hale,… Keep reading →

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