Here's what the military's 'flight simulator' for cyberwarfare might look like
The project is meant to make it easier for military leaders and soldiers to conceptualize how they can both deploy cyber capabilities and defend against digital attacks.
Recent NSA leaks show challenge of a software 'solution' for insider threats
The rudimentary nature of these incidents makes it extremely difficult to create programs that keep material secure without negatively impacting workforce morale.
Will Trump's decision to elevate Cyber Command be a boon for defense contractors?
With President Donald Trump's move to elevate U.S. Cyber Command to a Combatant Command, the Fort Meade-based outfit is on track for additional funding dollars and a bump in acquisition authorities, which experts believe will translate into the development of new programs and therefore a cadre of opportunities for private defense contractors.
After a long fight, Raytheon wins $1 billion cybersecurity contract with Homeland Security
EINSTEIN is a DHS tool defending and providing situational awareness to federal networks.
Recruitment and retention of 'cyber ninjas' doesn't have to be a dark art, report says
Large systems integrators turn out to be the government contractors with the best track record in recruiting and retaining a technically skilled cybersecurity workforce, the SANS Institute found.
Cyber business continues to solidify at U.S. military contracting giants
Executives agreed that global demand for security spending was going to rise.