Emerging Tech

Humans Made Drones by Copying Birds. Birds Are Fighting Back.

As machines fill the skies, they meet resistance from the animals who already live there.

Cybersecurity

Russia Launched Cyber Attacks Against Ukraine Before Ship Seizures, Firm Says

Researchers claim to have uncovered Russian cyber attacks aimed at the Ukrainian military and government before and during the Sea of Azov captures.

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Artificial Intelligence Unleashed

How agencies can use AI to automate & augment operations to improve performance.

IT Modernization

Oracle Takes JEDI Case to Court

After a failed bid protest effort, Oracle has taken its issues with JEDI to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

Cybersecurity

Lawmaker Calls for Shifting Defense Funds to Combat Cyber Threats

The Defense Department would get more bang for its buck with digital tools than “20th-century” weapons, Sen. Mark Warner said.

Emerging Tech

Software Glitch Adds to Issues for NOAA’s Newest Weather Satellite

Technicians have identified a software glitch in the GOES-17 weather satellite it launched in March.

Emerging Tech

The IRS Is Now…on Instagram

The agency is trying to meet taxpayers where they are.

Emerging Tech

Who’s Tracking Your License Plate?

Automated license plate readers are collecting and sharing tons of data across state lines, according to records from nearly 200 police departments nationwide.

IT Modernization

Marine Cyber Command Is Getting In On Other Transaction Contracting

The Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command’s executive director said the command expects to sign its first OT contract in the coming days.

Cybersecurity

Pentagon Considers Cybersecurity Certification for Its Contractors

It’s still unclear what would be required for certification or how much it would cost for businesses.

Emerging Tech

DHS Invests in 2 Companies for Data Privacy Tools

The awards are part of the department’s Data Privacy portfolio that focuses on sensors, autonomous systems and other emerging tech.