The House Armed Services Committee also plans to monitor cyberwarfare developments—and not a moment too soon, says Paul Kaminski, former Clinton-era defense acquisition chief and Obama team adviser. He says long development times are causing the Pentagon to “lose the recipe” for success and domination of key technology areas such as cyberspace. Cyberwarfare demands a development cycle of “less than weeks” instead the months and years now required to deflect network attacks. Kaminski says the ...
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