The U.S. Army and U.S. Navy have forbidden its personnel and units from operating unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) made by DJI.
The U.S. Army has formally launched a competition for a more lethal interim assault rifle whose successor will eventually replace the ubiquitous Colt M4 carbines that entered Army service in 1994.
Over 25,000 spies from communist China are operating in the United States and more are coming, said a leading anti-communist dissident in an astonishing revelation.
An international anti-cyber crime operation in which the United States played a key role has shut down two of the largest marketplaces in the “Dark Web” — AlphaBay and Hansa Market.
The Turkish government has denied a hand in an online story published in the state-owned Anadolu Agency (an international news agency) showing a map pinpointing the locations and functions of 10 U.S. military bases in Syria, some of which were secret until they were exposed.
As the battle to destroy ISIS in Iraq reaches its final stages, the U.S. Army has announced the deployment of 2,100 more men to that country to ensure the final destruction of this terrorist group.
The U.S. Navy has confirmed plans first revealed last May it will test a rapid fire electromagnetic railgun capable of firing 10 rounds a minute in 2018.
Only about half of all countries have a cybersecurity strategy or are in the process of developing one, the United Nations telecommunications agency today reported, urging more countries to consider national policies to protect against cybercrime.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced additional charges in an enforcement investigation involving the improper handling of American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) by a Wall Street firm’s securities lending desk.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged a New Jersey-based group of stock promoters with fraud.