Two cyber leaders concur on importance of moving past forensics to risk mitigation.
The House approved a measure to increase security and surveillance along the Mexican border
From remotely opening garage doors to controlling appliances, to gaming, banking, shopping, to enabling the use of infrared and radar sensors, GPS, and satellite communications by fisherman, firemen and fighter aircraft the Electromagnetic Spectrum touches lives. We learn more from Blair Levin, co-author of the FCC’s national broadband plan.
From “U.S. Department of Defense Contract Spending and the Industrial Base” hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies: The Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group hosted a presentation of its annotated brief on Department of Defense…
Even in a year in which the Stuxnet attack targeted critical infrastructure systems and attacks on grid operators rose dramatically, operators of critical infrastructure around the world took few steps to increase their cyber defenses, a new report found.
Insourcing versus outsourcing – the debate continues. David Berteau is Senior Adviser and Director of the Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group, Center for Strategic and International Studies and he joins Francis Rose in today’s DoD Report.
Several outsourcing-friendly provisions made their way into the Defense authorization bill approved by the House of Representatives last week. The bill would lift a moratorium on public-private competitions via the A-76 process in DoD, and expresses the sense of Congress that DoD should insource only those jobs which are inherently governmental.
James Lewis of the Center for Strategic and International Studies says the strategies of the chambers differ but the policies are actually similar.
In an open letter to congressional leaders and to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, a broad array of military scholars argue the cost of running the Pentagon bureaucracy soon will crowd out the spending necessary to fight and win wars.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies examines DoD’s operational energy for the upcoming decade as military branches restructure and draw down in the Middle East.