Recently, the Army published a new and unclassified document, Army Field Manual 3-12, Cyberspace and Electronic Warfare Operations. However, it appears that U.S. cyber superiority is not as dominant as we believe.
Engineers at the Army Research Laboratory revealed a new innovative device at this year's Association of the US Army Global Force Symposium that will allow some of the physical load of soldiers in the field to be lightened.
In the infantry and the intelligence field, a basic tenet is to know your enemy. In 2016, ransomware attacks spiked 6,000 percent, with more than 4,000 attacks occurring daily. That makes ransomware an enemy worth knowing.