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 •  November 30

Leaders from across DOD, industry and academia will discuss challenges, near-term requirements and emergent solutions. AFCEA will host its first Cyber Education, Research and Training Symposium January 17-18 in Augusta, Georgia. The much-anticipated event, also known as CERTS, will connect military and agency stakeholders with solution providers...

SIGNAL Magazine

 •  November 9

The U.S. must continue to make inroads in the cyber domain, especially through its younger generation, or it "will lose the war." The worldwide cyber conflict is only going to increase and the risks and devastating economic impacts will continue to mount. The United States and other "like-minded" countries must spring into action, increase their...

SIGNAL Magazine

 •  November 1

About the Author A lab develops models of the digital battlespace to find solutions that will bolster forces. Experimentation is moving to the fore in cyberspace as the U.S. Army seeks to strengthen offensive and defensive cyber forces. This effort is complicated by the inclusion of electronic warfare in a realm that used to belong to signal...

SIGNAL Magazine

 •  November 1

About the Author Losing physical territory, militants evolve their skills in this arena with no boundaries. The United States should not underestimate the ability of terrorist organizations such as ISIS to mount cyber attacks against the homeland, says John Mulligan, deputy director of the National Counterterrorism Center. As the nation works to...

SIGNAL Magazine

 •  October 27

With executive order deadlines looming, federal leaders must modernize networks. Spanning from the policies circulating through Congress to initiatives set forth by the Trump administration, it’s clear that the federal government has big changes in store when it comes to integrating new forms of innovative technology. As the federal IT landscape...

SIGNAL Magazine

 •  October 24

About the Author The U.S. military must find ways to educate its ranks to respond to cyberthreats. The threat of cyberwarfare from adversaries is only expected to increase, and the U.S. must boost its cyber defenses, including its training and certification. The military is still considering how best to conduct defensive cyberspace operations...

SIGNAL Magazine

 •  October 10

Aimed at protecting itself and other Eastern European countries, Ukraine is developing capabilities against its aggressors. Having confronted a need to modernize and fight against aggression during the last four years, Ukraine is positioning itself for strength in the long term in its weaponry and cyberwarfare. The country is developing its...

SIGNAL Magazine

 •  October 1

An artist’s concept shows the Biarri-Point GPS cube satellite, developed by the United States and Australian researchers, in orbit. Australia and the United States are increasing their cooperation in satellite development to ensure smoother collaboration during military operations. About the Author Interactions with near and distant neighbors shape...

SIGNAL Magazine

 •  September 28

The country leads NATO and EU efforts to improve security through education, training and exercises. Cyberspace is often described as the fifth domain of military operations, as equally critical to national and international defense as the domains of land, sea, air and space. The success of military missions increasingly depends on the availability...

SIGNAL Magazine

 •  September 20

About the Author A team at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory has created four generalized linear models to predict the number of cyber intrusions a company or government will experience on its network. To design the models, the team used empirical data about successful cyber intrusions committed against a number of different organizations obtained...