Sightline Media Group recently announced important updates to C4ISRNET and Fifth Domain. These key changes will align the newsroom’s coverage with the global defense community’s increasingly unified approach to warfare. 

“The disruption during the Covid-19 pandemic afforded us a unique opportunity to assess the latest trends in the global defense sector,” says Mike Gruss, newly appointed executive editor of Sightline’s business to government brands. “By following through on the results of this analysis, Defense News and C4ISRNET will continue as leading media brands in the defense and technology space.”

Among the changes, our industry leading coverage of national security cyber issues will transition from Fifth Domain to C4ISRNET’s cyber channel:

By eliminating the separate, standalone brand dedicated to cybersecurity, we are centralizing our digital coverage of network-based warfare, and recognizing cyber as a pillar of military technology development. Additionally, these changes will only enhance our ability to cover US Cyber Command and better reflect our strategic focus on DoD and allied military cyber operations.

In addition, our Fifth Domain newsletter will come out every Tuesday, as opposed to every business day.

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