The number of retired generals and admirals signing on to a letter to Congress rejecting the Iran nuclear deal continued to swell Thursday, with some 214 of the former high-level U.S. military officers putting their stamp on the document that asserts the “agreement will enable Iran to become far more dangerous” and “introduce new threats to American interests.”
Cloud computing has changed the way organizations operate by allowing applications and data sets to be accessed from anywhere with Internet. But researchers warn in a new report that entire businesses can be easily brought down because of serious risks caused by a concentration of authority evidenced across the cloud.
Defense contractors are now required to notify the Pentagon of any cyberattacks or data breaches within 72 hours of discovery, as new rules are rolled out to mitigate future hacks against the military and its clients.
The FBI on Wednesday urged art dealers in the U.S. to take extra precautions when buying artifacts from the Middle East, saying there is evidence that collectors may have been offered priceless artifacts plundered by Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria.
The Pentagon’s inspector general is investigating allegations that military officials skewed intelligence assessments, giving a more optimistic outlook of progress in the U.S.-led campaign against Islamic State militants.
As China gears up for a communist-style extravaganza with a military parade and ceremonial grandiosity next week to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the defeat of Japan in World War II, Beijing is determined and eager to show off its military might to the world. It’s also making a clear attempt to isolate Japan from the international community and send a special message of China’s military might to its most distinguished guest, Russia’s equally bombast-loving President Vladimir Putin.
Female soldiers suffered double the rate of injuries compared with male colleagues in Army combat training, including jobs in field artillery and repairing the Bradley fighting vehicle.
Syrian President Bashar Assad says Iran-back Hezbollah fighters are playing a completely legitimate role in bolstering Syria’s military against terrorists and that he has “strong confidence” Russia will also continue to support his embattled regime.
The Obama administration and Congress are heading for a showdown over the president’s plan to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and transfer its remaining terrorists abroad or to U.S. prisons.
A man suspected in the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers residence at a U.S. military base in Saudi Arabia has been captured, a U.S. official said Wednesday.
Censorship circumvention tools designed to bypass Internet restrictions are again under attack in China as software meant to let users around the nation’s so-called Great Firewall are experiencing a sudden surge in service interruptions and shutdowns.
A grand jury in New Jersey indicted a man Tuesday on two felony charges after he was accused of shooting down a hobbyist’s drone with a shotgun as the craft hovered near his house last year.