"Burn-In" is focused on the internal turmoil emerging technology may bring the United States in its wake.
Gen. Paul Nakasone is one of two four-stars whose names appeared on social media in false email conversations with women.
The Defense Department is failing to implement its own rules for preventing cyberattacks, according to a report.
The Defense Information Systems Agency confirmed that it experienced a data breach in the middle of 2019.
Four members of the Chinese military have been charged with breaking into the networks of the Equifax credit agency.
Vital Signs 2020 rated industrial security as the weakest area of the industrial base, giving it a failing score of 63.
A phony story in Lithuania claimed an American soldier deployed to Lithuania was infected with the deadly coronavirus.
The U.S. military claims to have "successfully" disrupted the online propaganda efforts of ISIS in a hacking operation.
While Iran appeared to be "standing down" from a military response, the cyber threat remains real, said analysts.
U.S. combat troops heading to the war zone may have to get used to leaving behind their phones.
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims published a ruling in favor of a motion to dismiss the case brought by Nathan Sommers.
Those losses hastened the war's conclusion but were not solely responsible for it, two historians say.
Sara Faulkner had the "it" factor as the first woman to graduate from the Coast Guard's helicopter rescue swimmer school.
The date for the move, as well as the location in Poland, has not been announced, but it will take place in 2021.
The UH-60L took off from the St. Cloud Army Aviation Support Facility on Dec. 5 and went missing for almost two hours.