U.S. Cyber Command became the nation’s 10th unified combatant command today. The emergence of cyberspace and outer space as contested warfighting domains, equal in importance with land, sea and air.” Army Gen. Paul Miki Nakasone will serve as […]
Nous sommes confrontés depuis maintenant plus de dix ans à des campagnes d’espionnage absolument catastrophiques. La grande difficulté tient au fait que l’attaquant fait tout pour rester discret. Et les victimes n’ont pas envie d’en […]
Identifying Cyber Threats : There’s a potential pipeline leak, so a team is dispatched to investigate. It was a false alarm, but then another alarm goes off, then another. This scenario is very real…
L’ambition de l’État repose sur un modèle dont les principes sont la séparation d’une part entre la cyberprotection et d’autre part le renseignement, et la séparation entre le modèle défensif et le modèle offensif.
The scope, sophistication, pace and spread of today’s cyber threats is unmatched in history…
At U.S. Cyber Command’s first-ever industry day, leaders from across the command briefed nearly 400 members of private industry about the command’s acquisition priorities at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
On Dec. 28, 2016, President Barack Obama published the annual proclamation of January as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and the DARPA is developing next-generation search technologies to help investigators find the online perpetrators of those crimes.
Cybersecurity is a political, economic, diplomatic and military challenge, and the undersecretary of defense for intelligence explained its complexities during a panel discussion today at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, California.
The public-private cybersecurity partnership between private companies and U.S. Cyber Command and other federal agencies has been uneven so far despite some fledgling success, but collaboration is critical given growing threats to everyone from cyberspace.