By Dr. Lynn M. Houston
September 20, 2020
The skills that students acquire in liberal arts programs may be exactly what cyber security teams need.(U.S. Army National Guard photo by Specialist William Phelps)
By Professor Dennis Dias and Professor John Doherty
August 17, 2020
In the face of the ongoing pandemic, National Guard communications assets should be deployed to provide broadband access to rural and underserved communities.(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kellyann Novak)
By Veronica Wendt
June 1, 2020
Lt. Col. Blake George leveraged his National Defense University College of Information and Cyberspace education in emerging technologies to assist the White House-led supply chain task force for COVID-19 test kit supplies.
By Mark Pomerleau, MCPA Public Affairs Officer and Chris Kubecka
May 29, 2020
During the third Lockdown Lunch & Learn webcast May 3, Chris Kubecka, founder and CEO of HypaSec, outlined the cybersecurity threats caused by the ongoing pandemic and the increase in teleworking.
By Mark Pomerleau, Public Affairs Officer, MCPA and Lt. Col. Roman Vitkovitsky, USMC
May 5, 2020
During the second Lockdown Lunch & Learn webcast April 28, Roman Vitkovitsky, Director of Cyberspace Operations for the United States Marine Corps, discussed the use of Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) to counter nation state "infodemic" campaigns.
By Mark Pomerleau, Public Affairs Officer, MCPA
April 23, 2020
During the inaugural Lockdown Lunch & Learn webcast April 21, Brad Rhodes, MCPA HammerCon Co-Lead and a cyber warfare officer in the Colorado Army National Guard, provided a threat briefing of the ways actors are trying to exploit the current crisis and ways organizations can protect themselves from the activity.
By Daria Bahrami, Contributing Editor
April 17, 2020
Without voter confidence and electoral integrity, the foundation of US democracy would be fragile at best.
By Christine B. Piry, Events Director, MCPA
February 3, 2020
This past December, the Military Cyber Professionals Association (MCPA) held its 2019 Board of Advisors Dinner Meeting.
By Paul F. Renda
January 20, 2020
Injected electromagnetic pulses (EMP) could have catastrophic effects on portions of our infrastructure -- and unlike a nuclear detonation, injected EMP is feasible with low cost, off-the-shelf hardware.