<ins id="jvl1l"></ins>
<ins id="jvl1l"></ins>
<del id="jvl1l"><noframes id="jvl1l">
<ins id="jvl1l"></ins>
<var id="jvl1l"></var>
<cite id="jvl1l"></cite>
<cite id="jvl1l"><span id="jvl1l"></span></cite>
<ins id="jvl1l"></ins>

What early air warfare can tell us about protecting cloud workloads

What early air warfare can tell us about protecting cloud workloads
While previous wars have been centered on weapons systems versus battlefield assets such as tanks and soldiers, the next frontier could be more about network-based attacks versus the ability of nations and organizations to detect such attacks. Roughly a century ago, the world was similarly grappling with a new type of warfare: the one fought in the sky.

Not even 20 years past the Wright brothers’ flight, the airplane had demonstrated great tactical and strategic value in the first World War. Airplanes brought the ability to bomb enemy emplacements during the endless lock of trench warfare, leaving ground-based defenses inadequate at best. The best way to defeat an airplane was to send up another and shoot it down.

Read the full article on Fifth Domain

Latest News

Baseball 'Legend' Abner Doubleday Also Served in the Union Army


Purported baseball inventor Abner Doubleday was also a career Army officer and Union major general during the Civil War.  Read More

Federal food drive goes virtual to tackle hunger during the pandemic


The U.S. Department of Agriculture launched a new site to inform federal employees and track donations through the federal government's annual summer food drive. Read More

NASA Astronauts Launch from America in Historic Test Flight of SpaceX Crew Dragon


For the first time in history, NASA astronauts have launched from American soil in a commercially built and operated American crew spacecraft on its way to the International Space Station. Read More

What progress has the Navy made on IT modernization?


Aaron Weis, the CIO of the Navy, discusses investments into IT and cybersecurity as the service looks to strengthen its cyber defenses. Read More

How Army Futures Command plans to grow soldiers’ artificial intelligence skills


Gen. Mike Murray is pushing three new efforts to drive innovation in the Army. Read More


Have questions?
Give us a call!


38° 44' 2.632"N
-77° 11' 55.86"E

7426 Alban Station Boulevard, Suite B218
Springfield, VA 22150




Want to start a dialog?
Email us.