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Air Force Featured Stories

  • CROWS recognized for System Security Engineering Cyber Guidebook

    The report, which was a follow-up to a 2018 report on weapon system cybersecurity, called out the U.S. Air Force’s Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapon Systems, or CROWS. It specifically cited the office for developing the System Security Engineering Cyber Guidebook to “consolidate references to

  • Air Force Tech Report: Zero Day for Cyber

    What would it mean if an Air Force cyber system was compromised? What would it look like and how would you fix it, fast? Those are questions the Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems, or CROWS, asks every day and they’re working on solutions to prevent that kind of interference from ever

  • BLUE: Cyber in Contested Domain

    As America's adversaries evolve, the Air Force has to be ready to withstand a digital 'sucker punch'. To mitigate this threat, cybersecurity is being integrated into the development of all new programs from the start.