The Air Force has opened up the final stage of the B-52 engine replacement effort.
Don’t throw that card away!
A large part of the international-affairs commentatoriat in the United States is opining on the issue of a possible/probable/actual “Cold War 2.0” with China. Some are warning it may come unless we do X, Y, or Z. Some are saying it is already here. Some are cheering it on. Some are “judiciously” saying it may … Continue reading Not Cold War 2.0. More like imperial collapse. →
Juliette Herrera spent nearly a decade obtaining her college degree. When the coronavirus pandemic canceled her graduation ceremony, her family and friends found another way to celebrate her achievement.
New data from security vendor Tripwire highlights how the shift to remote working has changed the face of cybersecurity for both the current work climate and the future.
“I’m extremely skeptical that we can put a large laser on an aircraft and use it to shoot down an adversary missile, even from fairly close,” says Mike Griffin.
In a case of adding insult to injury, a new strain of ransomware is looking for one payment to decrypt, and a second payment to not publish stolen files.
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Unlike a May 6 public hearing from the Senate Armed Services Committee, this briefing will feature representatives from the Federal Communications Commission.