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  1. Network connectivity is a vital aspect of today's battle zone. Training soldiers to use them effectively presents an array of choices.

    Training net-centric warriors

    • Apr. 23, 2014

    Today's military depends on data and communications to an extent that would have been unimaginable a few years ago.

  1. Clapper bans 'unauthorized' media contact

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  2. Letitia Long: Leading NGA into a new era of intelligence

    • Apr. 23, 2014
  1. BAE shifts cyber software development to Malaysia Apr. 23, 2014

  2. Navy CIO: Cutting edge not necessarily best Apr. 22, 2014

  3. Solar UAV in production Apr. 21, 2014

  4. Scorpion marks 50 flight hours Apr. 21, 2014

  5. Kit brings vertical take-off ability to fixed-wing UAVs Apr. 23, 2014

  6. General Dynamics opens MUOS lab Apr. 23, 2014

  7. Training net-centric warriors for the digital battlespace Apr. 21, 2014

  8. ALL RECENT HEADLINES

DISA Update

  1. DoD taking new look at commercial cloud

    DISA CIO David Bennett says commercial cloud offerings are beginning to appeal more to DoD. DISA
    • Apr. 14, 2014

    Robust offerings from major companies hold appeal, but many concerns remain.

Special Report

JIE's running start

DoD pushes forward with progress on JIE.

Training net-centric warriors for the digital battlespace

Warfighting in the enterprise age is a formidable challenge, as is developing training and simulation tools for dominating the digital battlespace. Kimberly Burr, Lead Training Specialist, Learning Innovation Branch, Army Learning Model Section Directorate of Training, Fort Gordon, Ga., will be the guest for a special webcast, 11 a.m. April 25, to talk about these issues. Register here .

Net Defense Blogs

  1. Kevin Coleman
    Kevin Coleman is a senior fellow at SilverRhino and former chief strategist at Netscape

    Visualizing the battlespace

  2. Harry Raduege
    Director, Deloitte Services LP, and Chairman, Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation, and retired USAF Lt. Gen./former DISA director

    Cyber budgeting: A good first step

  3. John Garing
    Vice president, ViON Corp., and former director for strategic planning and information at DISA.

    Embrace value; leave the conventional behind

  4. Jeff Hoyle
    Director of Technology, Defense and Intelligence Group, AtHoc, and retired Navy captain/former JTRS waveform program manager

    Cloudy, with a chance of more delay

  5. Jan Kallberg
    Researcher at the Cyber Security Research and Education Institute, University of Texas at Dallas

    Cyber beyond computers - the environmental aspect

C4ISRNET Channels

  1. Network connectivity is a vital aspect of today's battle zone. Training soldiers to use them effectively presents an array of choices. File

    Training net-centric warriors

    Today's military depends on data and communications to an extent that would have been unimaginable a few years ago.

    • Apr 23, 2014
  2. Government's biggest data breach problem: people

    The world of cybersecurity was rocked by breaches last year: first, in January, with the revelation of the Red October cyber-spying campaign targeting government agencies, among others, followed by Edward Snowden's massive leaks.

    • Apr 23, 2014
  3. Malaysian Minister of Defence Hishammuddin Hussein talks with journalists at Defence Services Asia. Hussein identified cyber terrorism as a vital security issue. MOHD RASFAN/Agence France-Presse

    BAE shifts cyber software development to Malaysia

    The strategy will make the nation a key component of BAE's security business.

    • Apr 23, 2014
  4. Arcturus has a new product to turn its UAV's into VTOL craft. U.S. Marines

    Kit brings vertical take-off ability to fixed-wing UAVs

    Arcturus has unveiled JUMP, a new vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) system for their T-20 and T-16 fixed-wing UAVs.

    • Apr 23, 2014
  5. The Mobile User Objective System at Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific, Wahiawa, Hawaii. General Dynamics is opening a MUOS testing lab at its Scottsdale, Ariz., facility. MC2 John W. Ciccarell / U.S. Navy

    General Dynamics opens MUOS lab

    Navy-approved lab supports testing of terminals for space-ground network.

    • Apr 23, 2014
  6. Navy CIO Terry Halvorsen warns that the most cutting-edge technology is not always the best fit for government needs. U.S. Navy

    Navy CIO: Cutting edge not necessarily best

    Budget-minded agencies should carefully weigh costs with capabilities, says Terry Halvorsen

    • Apr 22, 2014

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