CRDF Global champions DoS cyber support for Ukraine
The US not-for-profit organisation CRDF is continuing in its tradition of helping the US Department of Defense in the post-Soviet states. In Kyiv, it has helped shape and assist a dense network of Ukrainian security players, providing help in key strategic areas.
Saudi Space Commission weaves web in Washington with Edelman's help
As Saudi Arabia continues to build its Earth observation programmes, the Saudi Space Commission has laid the foundations for working with the US space industry, thanks in part to lobbying by Edelman.
NUVIEW and Array Labs in race to launch LiDAR satellite constellations
DARPA looks for vulnerabilities in cyber-physical systems
The US Department of Defense's latest obsession, cyber-physical systems, contain physical components and cyber elements whose vulnerabilities could impact the physical world. Under its Faithful Integrated Reverse-Engineering and Exploitation programme, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for tools able to secure those types of systems.
Reaper crash impairs NATO Black Sea intelligence gathering
In a context where an offensive from the Ukrainian armed forces looks imminent, NATO's intelligence gathering missions in the Black Sea have declined since the Reaper drone crash in March. The incident could put sensitive information on the type of technologies used in those missions in Russia's hands.
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Air Force Research Laboratory seeks to cyberproof its electronic warfare sensors
The US Air Force's Next Generation Air Dominance (NGAD) strategic programme is looking to fill certain capability gaps in the area of electronic and cyber warfare. Air platforms and new subsystems resilient to the cyber threat and electromagnetic spectrum interference will be delivered by 2030.
O'Neil Group carves niche in US cyber and space ecosystem
As part of its plans to expand its defence portfolio, the US private equity firm O'Neil Group has carved a special role for itself in the US Space Force and US Air Force's incubator programmes, giving it access to the most promising startups.