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The Pentagon reportedly published cartoons depicting Russian hackers as silly bears in order to infuriate them
The Department of Defense's Cyber Command regularly announces hacking operations that they're countering — but in recent weeks, those announcements have taken a colorful turn
The M2 Bradley is being replaced by this
The Next Generation Infantry Fighting Vehicle is the replacement for the M2 Bradley and possibly even the 8 wheeled Stryker. This vehicle will go down in military history as one...
Kim Jong Un has quietly built a 7,000-man cyber army that gives North Korea an edge nuclear weapons don’t
"This is not hacking; this is cyber warfare"
NSA warns of ongoing Russian hacking campaign against US systems
The National Security Agency on Thursday warned government partners and private companies about a Russian hacking operation that uses a special intrusion technique to target operating systems often used by...
SOCOM chief: Door-kickers are out, cyber operators are in
The future of U.S. special operations may no longer involve a gaggle of commandos busting through a door, according to U.S. Special Operations Command's top general, but 'cyber operators' tasked...
Here’s what you need to do to receive a Remote Combat Effects Campaign Medal
The U.S. Air Force says airmen serving in cyber; space; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; and remotely piloted aircraft jobs may be eligible to receive the newly created Remote Combat Effects...
The White House may get hacked again because so many cybersecurity officials have resigned, according to an internal memo
"I foresee the White House is posturing itself to be electronically compromised once again," wrote Dimitrios Vastakis, a branch chief of the White House computer network defense unit, in the...
Ex-NSA Mercenaries Developed A Cyberweapon To Hack Enemies Of The UAE
A team of former U.S. government intelligence operatives working for the United Arab Emirates hacked into the iPhones of activists, diplomats and rival foreign leaders with the help of a...
Japan’s Cybersecurity Chief Has Never Used A Computer
The Japanese minister tasked with maintaining the government's cybersecurity capabilities has reportedly never used a computer before in his adult … Continued
The AI Column: How To Practice Safe Cyber
Defense Secretary James Mattis announced last month that his department would be standing up a new task force to make … Continued
The Pentagon Reportedly Has A Secret Plan To Launch A Cyber Attack On Russia Over Future Election Interference
The U.S. has prepared to launch a cyber attack on Russia if it directly interferes with the midterm elections next … Continued
South Carolina Inmates Allegedly Posed As Underage Girls To Blackmail Soldiers On Dating Apps
South Carolina inmates are reportedly using a dating app and the threat of an underage porn charge to catfish and … Continued
The Pentagon Unveils An Aggressive New Cyber Defense Plan
Over the last six months, the government has released a series of strategic documents and executive orders that have led … Continued
We Need A Cybersecurity Awareness Campaign And Civil Defense Force
Our nation is in a latent war in the information sphere. Fake News, troll farms, and bots — encouraged by nation … Continued
How Hackers Are Implanting ‘Digital Grenades’ In American Industrial Networks
The United States pioneered the use of cyber weapons when it shattered Iran’s nuclear centrifuges in 2010 but such devastating … Continued
The Trump Military Buildup Has Begun With DoD’s Proposed Budget
For years, the U.S. military has had to do more with less, but the Defense Department’s proposed budget for fiscal … Continued
The White House May Go Nuclear In Response To Future Cyberattacks — Literally
The Nuclear Posture Review, the quadrennial examination of the role of nuclear weapons in the U.S. national security strategy, is … Continued
This Marine Proved Russia Hacked The DNC’s Emails — And Now, He’s Talking
The Marines have fought in every clime and place where they could take a gun. But it turns out they’re … Continued
Equifax Credit-Agency Hack Could Hit Service Members Especially Hard
Sometime between May and July, 143 million Americans had their personal financial information exposed when Equifax — one of the … Continued
People Think Hackers Could Have Caused The McCain Collision. Here’s Why That Makes No Sense
In the days after the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS John S. McCain collided with a Liberian-flagged oil and … Continued
4 Crazy Ways Russian Operatives Are Targeting American Troops Online
The U.S. military is being trolled hard by Russia. Through a number of simple internet tricks, American service members and … Continued
The Army Can Now Stop Enemy Tanks In Their Tracks Without Firing A Shot
U.S. Army personnel have successfully used advanced electronic warfare technology to completely disable enemy armor during a simulated tank assault … Continued
Could Cyber Geeks Make It Into The Marines Without Going To Boot Camp?
Marine Corps at mid-career levels may be back on the table — and with it, an added caveat that’s sure … Continued