Army pioneer heads to Army Cyber Command
Command Sgt. Maj. Sheryl Lyon hopes she’s eased the pathway for future female military leaders.
U.S. Air Force pays out $103,883 to hackers in bug bounties
Add up all the U.S. military's bug bounty programs and over 3,000 vulnerabilities have been found in federal government systems.
Kaspersky Lab files another lawsuit in wake of NDAA ban
One of the largest ant-virus makers in the world has expanded its legal battle with the U.S. government.
Senators question Pentagon over workforce's use of data-leaking fitness app Strava
A bipartisan group of Senators have called on the Defense Department to answer for how a popular fitness app apparently used by some U.S. soldiers, intelligence analysts and Pentagon officials led to the disclosure of secret bases and facilities around the world.
Experts push back on Trump administration's call to respond to cyberattacks with nukes
Authors say the goal of U.S. policy was to “continue to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in deterring non-nuclear attacks.” Yet a number of people told CyberScoop the new review is way too ambiguous.
Here's what the newly signed NDAA means for cybersecurity
President Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Tuesday, approving the $700 billion spending bill designed to fund the U.S. military and its various cybersecurity-focused initiatives.