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Editor's Perspective
Open architecture and reuse initiatives make economic sense

John McHale Editorial Director

I'm often preaching in this space about how the demand for commonality is driving procurement and technology development within the Department of Defense (DoD), a demand brought on by the DoD budget cuts the last few years and sequestration. Now, with budget increases promised by the Trump administration, I see the demand only growing because it just makes good business sense; I also see a number of initiatives currently pushing for more open architectures and…

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Cybersecurity Update
Rhamnousia: Framework for cyberattack attribution

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The science of cyberattack attribution gets a boost, thanks to a U.S. Department of Defense $17.3 million award to a team led by Georgia Institute of Technology researchers.

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PICMG: A CTO's perspective

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