Former U.S. Army contractor sentenced to prison for destroying IT system
A contractor wiped an entire SharePoint system off a company's AWS instance to exact revenge for his job being terminated.
Army Cyber Command is trying to become an information warfare force
A proposed name change is just the beginning.
Cisco will pay $8.6 million to settle claims it sold US flawed surveillance software
The Department of Homeland Security and four branches of the U.S. military had purchased the affected software.
Why agencies are shifting from cyberdefense to digital resilience
A new report highlights what’s driving agencies to move beyond protecting their networks and focus more on how to sustain operations during attacks.
How the Army leverages threat intelligence
Army Maj. Gen. Garrett Yee talks how threat intelligence helps fuel the Army's cybersecurity mission.
Lack of cooperation between contractors creates lasting vulnerabilities for DoD, official says
Col. Tim Brooks, the mission assurance division chief in the Department of Army Management Office, said a lack of dialogue between contractors is causing headaches as the military looks to harden its systems.