Startups should absolutely work with governments to support defense projects
Startups and active investors are uniquely positioned to support the defense efforts of the West and the mission to keep our societies safe.
Booz Allen says former staffer downloaded employees’ personal data
U.S. government contractor Booz Allen Hamilton has disclosed that a former staffer downloaded potentially tens of thousands of employees’ personal information from the company’s internal
US arm of Israeli defense giant Elbit Systems says it was hacked
Elbit Systems of America, the U.S. arm of Israeli defense contractor Elbit, says its network was compromised in early June and personal information of employees was stolen. In a breach notification fi
Silicon Valley should fight its stigma against military work
The military is rightly described as a cross-section of the United States, and supporting those who serve is a Silicon Valley tradition, good business practice and the right thing to do.
Microsoft says China-backed hackers are exploiting Exchange zero-days
Microsoft is warning customers that a new China state-sponsored threat actor is exploiting four previously undisclosed security flaws in Exchange Server, an enterprise email product built by the softw
Visser, a parts manufacturer for Tesla and SpaceX, confirms data breach
A precision parts maker for space and defense contractors has confirmed a “cybersecurity incident,” which TechCrunch has learned was likely caused by ransomware. Visser Precision, a Denver
Atair's EXO-Wing and AeroSuit on display at The Met
Brooklyn defense contractor Atair Aerospace has two of its futuristic (and working) designs on display at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art as part of a superhero exhibit that’ll be runnin