New processor, mission software, and a rewrite of F-35's maintenance system are due.
“It will suck, until it suddenly stops sucking.”
Forget the utopian visions—nothing ever happens neatly, or without struggle.
In a world where you have to social distance, how do you scrum?
Or, how to work at home for the long haul without violating workplace health and safety laws.
Wisconsin subsidiary of shipbuilder Fincantieri to build FREMM-based FFG(X).
From the archives: In some ways, new Navy computers fall short of the power of 1930s tech.
Navy Secretary: "We... expect more from the Commanding Officers of our aircraft carriers."
Rohrabacher offered Assange a pardon if he implicated Seth Rich in DNC email leak.
In London court, attorney claims that congressman's visits were to broker deal.
Librarians smell something phishy in scam that scraped emails from association website.
Looks to make "adversarial vulnerability management" a thing, let red teams share their work.
Unfettered access to encrypted messages from Iran, Libya, and others.
Automated reconnaissance and attacks in security's name, without boutique red team.
“Guardian,” “vanguard,” “sentinel” already “floating around,” according to Space Force email.
Ransomware operators stealing data before they encrypt means backups are not enough.
Yet another Electron implementation of a “secure” app turns out not to be.
Untested platform from campaign tech startup buckles under strain of caucus tallies.
Inaccurate gun, cybersecurity issues, and poor reliability found by testing director.
Next comes test of in-flight capture and recovery with sky-hook equipped cargo plane.