Navy Family PCS Travel Flexibility Expanded

Washington, DC - Navy has expanded the eligible categories for advanced dependent travel (ADT) and delayed dependent travel (DDT), personnel officials announced September 13.

Naval War College Honors Victims of 9/11 Attacks

Newport, Rhode Island - U.S. Naval War College (NWC) hosted a remembrance ceremony commemorating the 17th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

President Trump at the Congressional Medal of Honor Society Reception

Washington, DC - Remarks by President Trump at the Congressional Medal of Honor Society Reception:

Chinese malware campaign aided by compromised digital certificate

San Diego, California - Let’s talk about what can happen with a compromised digital certificate. Since March, Kaspersky Labs has been tracking a series of infections from a previously unknown Trojan that was being injected into LSASS.exe. The injection was done by a network filtering driver that was signed with a legitimate digital certificate belonging to the Chinese company ShenZhen LeagSoft Technology Co.

Database of Software “Fingerprints” Expands to Include Computer Games

Washington, DC - One of the largest software libraries in the world just grew larger. The National Software Reference Library (NSRL), which archives copies of the world’s most widely installed software titles, has expanded to include computer game software from three popular PC gaming distribution platforms—Steam, Origin and Blizzard.

Combating Corruption is about Ensuring Peace and Security

Washington, DC - On December 17, 2010, one young man took a stand against corruption, and changed the course of history. Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26 year-old fruit vendor in Tunisia, set himself on fire to protest the harassment he faced from government officials, who confiscated his products and kept him from making a living.