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'Next generation' of Silicon Valley leaders more willing to work with feds, former Pentagon chief says
Ashton Carter, who was President Barack Obama's secretary of Defense, seemed to suggest that the complex relationship between national security agencies and the private sector has turned a corner in recent years.
Elevation of Cyber Command will make it more like its elite brethren
The elevation earlier this month was mandated by Congress, widely anticipated and won't alter much. But buried in the detail is a change that counts.
The tech behind the DARPA Grand Challenge winner will now be used by the Pentagon
The tech behind Mayhem, the winner of DARPA's Cyber Grand Challenge, has been brought into the DoD under a seven-figure contract through DIUx
GAO: Pentagon hasn't met conditions for separating NSA and Cyber Command
The Pentagon has not finally decided whether to separate the leadership of the NNSA and U.S. Cyber Command, and has not begun to meet the congressionally mandated conditions for doing so.
Here are the cybersecurity amendments added to the House's defense bill
House members attached several cybersecurity-focused amendments to the fiscal 2018 National Defense Authorization Act.
How China's cyber command is being built to supersede its U.S. military counterpart
“There’s really nothing like it in America. And that's for a good reason."