The United States is currently years behind its rivals in cyberspace, both conceptually and operationally.
The United States gains tremendous economic, social, and military advantages from cyberspace. However, our pursuit of these advantages has created extensive dependencies on highly vulnerable information technologies and industrial control systems. As a result, U.S. national security is at unacceptable and growing risk. Over the past several years, the United
DSB Report on the state of Red Teaming within DOD The Role and Status of DoD Red Teaming Activities
Protecting the Homeland: Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Defensive Informaion Operations
In its 1996 report, the Defense Science Board (DSB) recommended that the Pentagon invest an additional $3 billion to strengthen defenses of its information networks. This report was viewed by some as unrealistic and prophetic by others, but in all cases it faced a readership with a very uneven appreciation
Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Preventing and Defending Against Clandestine Nuclear Attack
In this report, clandestine nuclear attack means a nuclear or radiological attack • By anyone for any purpose, • Against the United States and/or U.S. military operations, • Delivered by means other than (military) missiles or aircraft A large subset of this threat is the smuggling of nuclear weapons, devices,
I am pleased to forward the final report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Mobility. In this report the task force identifies the future mobility capabilities needed for rapid force projection (deploying joint forces to an operational area) and sustainment (supporting deployed forces and other entities that will