Cyber News

  • 426 NWS talk network protections and cyber threats with Microsoft

    Six members of the 426th Network Warfare Squadron (NWS) were joined by nine members from the 33rd Cyber Operations Squadron (COS) for a visit to Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, VA from Aug. 29 to Sept. 1, 2023. The team received several in-depth summaries of varying Microsoft defense processes and

  • DAF leaders emphasize modernization, readiness

    The Department of the Air Force’s top officials provided a series of keynote speeches and panel discussions at the Air and Space Forces Association 2023 Air, Space and Cyber Conference Sept. 11-13.

  • U.S. Cyber Command, DARPA Initiate Pilot Program

    The United States Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) and DARPA are kicking off a pilot program aimed at getting new cyber capabilities into the hands of cyber operators faster.Known as Constellation, the pilot program will enable the flow of new cyber capabilities resulting from high-risk, high-reward cyber

  • Former Gladiator promotes to brigadier general

    Former Gladiator and Commander of the 960th Cyberspace Wing, Brig. Gen. Lori Jones, who is now the Mobilization Assistant to the Director, Cyberspace Operations and Warfighter Communications in Washington D.C., promoted to brigadier general Oct. 16, 2022, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.

  • DOD: It's Not Just State Actors Who Pose Cyber Threat to U.S.

    It's not just hackers operating at the behest of adversarial nation states who pose a threat to U.S. cyber infrastructure — it's also cyber criminals who are just in it for the money, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy said.

  • Guard, Reserve Component Summit exemplifies ‘Cyber Is a Team Sport’

    Senior leaders from around the U.S. Cyber Command enterprise attended a summit on April 19 at the command’s headquarters to discuss the future of cyber operations, evolving capabilities, and deeper integration.The gathering was conducted both in-person and virtually, bringing together Reserve

  • Protecting the Mission, One Password at a Time

    Technology, computers and the internet are all a large part of the modern world and the everyday lives of military personnel. The more technology advances, the more need the Air Force has for its personnel to practice better cybersecurity.

  • CASI Webinar on China and Cyber

    CASI hosted a webinar focused on Cyber issues related to the PRC.  We were joined by  Naomi Wilson, Vice president of policy for Asia at the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI); Prof SHEN Yi, Associate Professor of the Department of International Politics, School of International

  • DOD Cyberspace: Establishing a Shared Understanding and How to Protect It

    The full consequences of potential adversary cyberspace operations (CO) in the DOD are still being fully understood. Yet, there is a lack of shared understanding about cyberspace across the DOD and the joint force and even less understanding of how the DOD should protect its cyberspace. Despite a

  • Cyber commandos offer unique capability for joint force

    In today's technology saturated world, the warfighter relies on cyber professionals like those at the 919th Special Operations Communications Squadron to provide seamless communication and agile support in rapidly changing environments.

  • Seize the Data Initiative

    Creating scalable, integrated networks with adaptive, resilient, and collaborative properties is the key to covering the gaps and seams of our decision loops and to deterring conflict by convincing our adversaries that achieving their objectives by force is not possible. This is the change that will