General Dynamics Information Technology is upgrading web-based modeling and simulation technologies to prepare soldiers for emerging chemical and biological attacks.
The Army is enhancing its cyber offensive and defensive capabilities with training exercises, portable electronic warfare kits and jamming-immune navigational technology.
The Army is moving its existing and future hardware to Windows 10 as an operational and security enhancement.
The hacking exercise could help reveal Air Force cyber vulnerabilities.
A new 50-vendor contract will speed up data consolidation and migration to the private cloud.
Maj. Gen. Robert M. Dyess, acting director of the Army Capabilities Integration Center, told a recent panel at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing that he expects the Army to be contested in space, cyberspace and the electromagnetic spectrum.
New program upgrades and support will improve defense laboratory research, operation simulations, and computational data analysis.
A new “Software Solarium” aims to share information and strengthen the service’s focus on software dependent weapon systems.
The service is working with industry to prototype and advance cybersecurity techniques built on the old “honey pot” approach for attracting attackers.
Expanded cyber effort also included new policy guidance for security researchers probing DoD nets for bugs.
The Air Force weapons developers have articulated a plan to better equip their space enterprise in the event of enemy attack on satellite GPS and communications systems.