The information domain requires a level of speed significantly faster than the traditional domains, so the Army to rapidly integrating these capabilities into formations and even organizational changes, according to a top service official.
Cyberwarfare is the use or targeting in a battlespace or warfare context of computers, online control systems and networks. It involves both offensive and defensive operations pertaining to the threat of cyberattacks, espionage and sabotage. There has been controversy over whether such operations can be called "war". Nevertheless, powers have been developing cyber capabilities and engaged in cyberwarfare, both offensively and defensively.
The United States will do more to disrupt the malicious cyber-activity that foreign adversaries are aggressively using to advance their interests, a National Security Agency official said Thursday.
North Korean hackers who have targeted American and European businesses for 18 months kept up their attacks last week even as President Trump was meeting with North Korea's leader in Hanoi.
China and Russia are developing lasers and a host of other anti-satellite weapons, according to a new Defense Intelligence Agency report that fleshes out concerns that Pentagon leaders have been highlighting for years.
Federal agencies possess the right combination of knowledge, capabilities and technologies to allow for the creation of a strong cyber defense system that is the gold standard for the world. We have the chance to create successful cybersecurity programs that can be used both across the government and by industry. Like Armstrong, we can plant a flag that
The U.S. government - along with a number of leading security companies - recently warned about a series of highly complex and widespread attacks that allowed suspected Iranian hackers to siphon huge volumes of email passwords and other sensitive data from multiple governments and private companies. But to date, the specifics of exactly how that attack went
Businesses and government agencies in the United States have been targeted in aggressive attacks by Iranian and Chinese hackers who security experts believe have been energized by President Trump's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal last year and his trade conflicts with China.
Their victims have less than a half-hour before an initial breach becomes wider data theft or destruction.
A lack of tough cyber operators to play the role of adversary is leaving U.S. cyber defenders unprepared for today's real-world threats, according to the Pentagon's Office of the Director of Operational Test & Evaluation.
On January 29, 2019, the Director of National Intelligence Daniel R. Coates released the Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community. The unclassified report covers both global and regional threats to US national security from the perspective of the US intelligence community.