Hack The Pentagon

DoD Expands its ‘Hack the Pentagon’ Program

By Samir Naqvi – Nov. 26, 2018 In October 2018, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) issued a press release announcing a major expansion to its “Hack the Pentagon” program. As part of this expansion, the DoD has awarded contracts to several Silicon Valley firms that will help the Pentagon increase its capacity to run and issue “bug bounties” to successful hackers. …

Election Meddling

The Department of Defense Renews its Focus on Cyber ‘Election-Meddling’

By Troy Barnes – Oct 8, 2018 As November’s midterm elections draw closer, the United States Department of Defense (DoD) is taking strong steps to assist state and local municipalities in combating election interference and fraud from foreign sources. Learn about some of the biggest threats to U.S. election security and how the DoD is cracking down on threats from …

Why Cyber Security Is the Next ‘First Line Defense’

By Troy Barnes – Sept. 10, 2018 The security of our computer databases and information technology systems is on everyone’s mind nowadays.  With press reports of hackers gaining unauthorized access to the computer systems of corporations, government agencies, and political organizations, we are all concerned about the vulnerability of our own systems, thereby making, what we have come to call, …

Cyber Warfare: How The U.S. is Cracking Down on Digital Terrorism

The advent of the Internet, and our ever-increasing reliance on it, has created a brand new type of warfare — cyber warfare. Today, U.S. companies and government agencies must contend with cyber attacks from enemies such as Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea as well as attacks from individual cybercriminals all over the world. Stopping these attacks is essential for protecting …