Virginia Tech launches online coding, cybersecurity bootcamps
The 26-week bootcamps, held in partnership with Fullstack Academy, will teach students how to protect networks and become full-stack web developers.
Air Force wants to reserve its cyber experts for big jobs while AI plays defense
The Air Force sees defensive cyber measures as the best place to start when it comes to using artificial intelligence.
Senate bill would let National Guard cross state lines remotely for cyber assistance
The new bill would allow the Army and Air Force to create pilot programs in which one state's National Guard unit could help another's respond to cyberattack.
Move to remote learning was 'shockingly seamless,' but will it stick?
Two university CIOs said this week that their rapid transitions to remote teaching environments went smoothly, preparing a "great reckoning" for the future of higher education.
The telework rush tested states' cybersecurity, IT maturity
States that had already adopted virtualization and cloud tech are faring best, and those that hadn't are rapidly catching up.
Inside the Army’s rapid IT response to COVID-19, with Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford
In an exclusive interview, Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford describes the Army's ability to rapidly adapt and innovate during the coronavirus pandemic and how it led to continued mission outcomes in uncertain times.
U. South Florida to offer cybersecurity courses for K-12 districts
The new program, which launches at schools in three Tampa-area counties this fall, will stress the importance of IT security and attempt to create talent pipeline to help close the cybersecurity workforce gap.
Air Force wants cyber experts to ‘make a living’ off hacking its tech
The Air Force wants to do so many bug bounties that hackers can "make a living" off it. Eventually, hackers will be a brought into the design process.
Think long-term about TIC 3.0 advancements during spike in telework, experts say
The coronavirus is hastening adoption of Trusted Internet Connections, according to industry and agency officials, but pilots still need to prove out.