US Navy outlines its cybersecurity pursuits at annual WEST Conference

This article originally appeared on TD SYNNEX’s official blog, HERE. The Department of Navy (DON) recently held its annual WEST Conference, this year with a strong emphasis on cybersecurity. The conference brought together key decision-makers from the Navy, Marine Corps,…

Navy Telework Capacity Gets a Trial by Fire During COVID19

Just like in workplaces and industries all across the country, the coronavirus pandemic has led to dramatic changes in how the military conducts its daily business and has forced the rapid and widespread adoption of remote work policies by hundreds…

Can Analytics Help the Military Better Plan for Cyberattacks?

According to a recent report by Booz Allen Hamilton, The sheer complexity of military systems, the numerous interconnections between systems and missions, and the siloed nature of military organizations makes it difficult for the senior military leaders to quickly and…

Military Struggles to Identify Full Impact of Potential Cyber Attacks

Today’s weapon systems used by our warfighters against our largest adversaries are increasingly network-enabled. Unfortunately, the network-centric nature of these systems opens them up for cyberattack – making it possible for our adversaries to deny our military’s weapon systems when…

What Steps Can the Military Take to Secure Weapon Systems?

Today’s military platforms and weapon systems are increasingly network and software-enabled, which is helping to make them more effective and efficient tools for the warfighter, but is opening them up to a new avenue of attacks that less connected and…

Could Adversaries Hack Weapon Systems? It’s Certainly Possible…

Much of the same evolution that we’re seeing in our own vehicles – including the emergence of autonomous vehicles and smarter, more connected vehicles – is occurring, in parallel, in military vehicles and weapons platforms. There is barely a single…