No timeline has been identified for when the system will be reinstated.
Key Pentagon leaders assert nontraditional partnerships are critical in competing against top threats.
One top official believes the physical world is not analogous to the cyber world.
Only 41 percent of government agencies have met the federal guidelines for identity and access management, according to a new report.
As cyber forces and threats mature, DoD is looking at how to ensure forces can meet mission objectives.
Both chambers of Congress have approved legislation that would shift a Department of Homeland Security agency to focus more on critical infrastructure cybersecurity.
In its annual report on Wednesday, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission warns of dangers to the U.S. government and private sector from a reliance on global supply chains linked to China, which is the world's largest manufacturer of information technology equipment.
Experts fear the fully computerized combat jet is vulnerable to hacking, as capabilities for cyber attacks proliferate globally.
A new cybersecurity and information sharing law was not fully implemented because the Pentagon’s chief information officer did not establish a policy to follow the new rule, according to a new report from the Department of Defense's Inspector General.