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Army Wants to Let Troops off the ‘Digital Leash.’ That’s Easier Said Than Done.

May 16 Gen. Mark Milley’s injunction against IT-enabled micromanagement will require leaders at all levels to re-think what it means to be part of the profession ...

White House: No U.S. Federal Systems Hit By WannaCry Ransomware

May 15 The attack also appears to have spared critical U.S. infrastructure such as energy plants and dams.

Cybersecurity So Bad, It Makes You WannaCry

May 15 There are many interesting elements about the ransomware attack, the biggest being the tools to stop it were readily available.

Global Ransomware Attack Is Much Bigger Than It First Appeared

May 12 A dozen countries were hit in a cyberattack Friday. Such attacks have increased by more than 500 percent in recent years

DARPA Wants Artificial Intelligence That Doesn't Forget Everything It Knows

May 12 Biological systems don't completely freeze up when they encounter a new situation, but computers often do.

GSA Tech Office Launches Bug Bounty Program

May 12 This is the first civilian government program that pays ethical hackers to search out digital bugs.

How Do You Protect a Helicopter From a Hacker?

May 11 Special software from DARPA could do the trick.

Trump Releases Long-Delayed Cyber Order

May 11 The order was delayed so security and modernization programs can work in tandem, an official said.

Tired of Long Airport Screenings? TSA Wants Tech to Cut Lines.

May 10 The agency wants ideas any and all ideas for improving the screening process.

Security Clearance Bureau Making Progress But No Timeline to End Backlog

May 10 The bureau is also working on technological efficiencies to cut investigation times.