Congress Authorizes Defense Cyber and Digital Service Academy
A new DoD Cyber and Digital Service Academy will provide scholarships for up to five years to university students in cyber-related programs.
DARPA Forward Takes National Security Innovation “On the Road”
DARPA Forward aims to energize regional and national innovation ecosystems, fuel breakthroughs in national security, and help deliver the U.S. technological advantage.
Hearing Looks at Cyber Risks in Space
The House Science Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics recently held a hearing on the security of civil and commercial space systems.
IEEE-USA Congressional Fellowship Story: The Year Cybersecurity Made Headlines
Dr. Eric Saund recaps his IEEE-USA Congressional Fellowship working in the office of Rep. James Langevin on cybersecurity policy and cognitive security.
Why These IT Professionals are Humble COVID-19 Cybersecurity Superheroes
These cybersecurity experts are among the IT superheroes working tirelessly behind the scenes to put the kibosh on cyber criminals during COVID-19.
U.S. High-Tech Weapons Vulnerable To Cyber Threats
A recent GAO report warns that the United States’ sophisticated weapons systems are potentially vulnerable to cyber threats.
Cybersecurity Through WISE Eyes
Most undergraduate engineering students dont spend their summers preoccupied with cybersecurity but Preston Stinson of Huntsville, Alabama, is not your ordinary student. Now a junior in electrical engineering at Mississippi State University, he was one of just 11 outstanding engineering students from throughout the United States selected for this years…
Can Technology Protect Americans from Cybercriminals?
The headlined question was the subject of a 6 March hearing by the House Science Subcommittees on Oversight and Technology. The hearing's purpose was to examine the state of technology and standards to protect Americans from international cybercriminals, ranging from rogue hackers to foreign governments and sophisticated crime syndicates.