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Cybersecurity, AI and health IT are major focuses in this year's budget proposal.
The Defense Department's Chief Digital and AI Office is working to understand the resources needed for integration of the department-wide framework.
On the anniversary of Russia invading Ukraine, military tech leaders are focused on improving communication between the sister services and allied partners without sacrificing cybersecurity.
The Army's Unified Network Plan and Data Plan are driving zero trust implementation, but workforce training and education are key.
The service’s deputy commandant for information discusses upcoming strategies around cybersecurity, tactical communications and JADC2.
New tech modernization strategies are helping the service advance its maritime domain.
Cultural and technical agility underpins the Air Force's new zero trust roadmap amid Defense Department zero trust activities.
The Navy’s tech strategy centers on modern approaches to unlocking data’s potential.
CIO Lauren Knausenberger discusses software factories, zero trust and more among Air Force priorities.
Air Force software factory Kessel Run replaced the 609th Air Operations Center's legacy IT battle management system with its new suite of software applications, called KRADOS.
Narratives around zero trust, AI and user experience will drive ongoing developments in defense technology.
The Pentagon's spending priorities include strengthening IT modernization and funding emerging technologies.
The joint force needs transformational computing technologies to achieve JADC2.
Cybersecurity concerns resulting from the Russia-Ukraine war are leading to new security approaches for satellites.
Responsible, resilient and robust AI is an absolute necessity for the Air Force to compete and win on the global stage.
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The service's upcoming efforts are honing in on advanced data management and analysis to expedite decision-making and joint operations.
The six-month extension will allow DISA to develop a SIPRNet-specific zero trust solution for JADC2.
Integrating operational processes across the armed services and information-sharing will hinder JADC2 if left unaddressed.
The department is putting cybersecurity first in strategic next steps.