Cyber

Nicolas M. Chaillan, the Air Force’s first-ever chief software officer, announced his resignation Sept. 2 in a candid LinkedIn post citing, as the final straw in his decision, diminished support for investing in the technologies needed to enable joint all-domain command and control.
Members of the military and the defense industry tackled what Air Force Brig. Gen. John M. Olson called the “ethereal or amorphous or ambiguous” concept of a “digital force” in a panel talk at the Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Aug. 25. Space ...
The Space Force’s second annual Hack-A-Sat contest in December will reflect its commander’s determination to be the first truly digital military service, organizers told Air Force Magazine in an interview at the recent DEF CON hacker convention. Hack-A-Sat was one of the principal attractions at ...