Cyber News

  • Stage 3 water restrictions implemented across JBSA

    Due to recent rains, all Joint Base San Antonio installations have returned to Stage 3 water restrictions. While residing in the Alamo Region, it is important to understand how restrictions may vary depending on where you live.

  • Make your way into summer reading at JBSA’s libraries

    The Department of Defense MWR Libraries Summer Reading Program can be an important part of keeping your child on track for learning during the summer months. At Joint Base San Antonio, all three installation libraries participate in the program, which begins registration May 16.

  • Tax time brings out scammers, phishing schemes

    Tax Day, April 18, is coming soon, and along with it comes the onslaught of fraudulent robocallers, scam artists, and general lowlifes posing as legitimate entities to try to scam you through phishing campaigns.

  • JBSA accepting 2022 Military Ambassadors applications

    The Air Force is seeking two Airmen, one male and one female, from across Joint Base San Antonio to represent the Air Force to serve as military ambassadors at events throughout the community surrounding JBSA, with Fiesta being the highlight of the program.

  • 960th CW leaders participate in the Armed Forces River Parade

    Senior Air Force leaders from Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, participate in the annual Armed Forces River Parade on the San Antonio River Walk, July 3, 2021. Col. Richard Erredge, 960th Cyberspace Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Howard, 960th Cyberspace Operations Group

  • 960 CW hosts Mental Health and Resiliency Fair at JBSA

    The 960th Cyberspace Wing kicked off National Mental Health Awareness Month by inviting service members, civilians and their families to its inaugural Mental Health and Resiliency Fair here, May 1, with more than 800 attendees both in-person and virtually.

  • Exciting future awaits DOD medicine

    Overall, 5G is still in its infancy and almost all of the initial rollout has been focused on high-speed data for consumers, including fixed wireless access (home and enterprise broadband). However, the most transformational aspects of 5G are yet to come.

  • Air Force tests Wing Feedback App at JBSA

    The Air Force is testing a new mobile app at Joint Base San Antonio that aims to give Airmen a convenient way to provide feedback or raise concerns about their experiences on the installation.

  • San Antonio military leaders speak at AFCEA’s virtual Alamo ACE

    Every year, thousands of cyber and intelligence professionals, as well as technology vendors and acquisitions personnel, gather in San Antonio for Alamo ACE, an event sponsored by the Alamo Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association to support the military community. The

  • COMPUSEC automation delivers time, cost savings

    A three-person team of Matt Seibert, AFICC chief information officer and information technology specialists, Mia DeLucia and Liam Randall, competed in the Air Force's "Rise of the Digital Wingman Challenge," an Air Force-wide competition that empowers Airmen to automate and learn about Robotic

  • Finances made easy with new online portal

    A new way of getting financial support is sweeping across the Air Force. With six bases, including Joint Base San Antonio, having already tested the newest tool from the Air Force Financial Management community, called Comptroller Services Portal, it’s expected to be implemented to the remaining