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An inside look at how the conflict between Ukraine and Russia has become defined by unmanned systems. And the Pentagon has initiated an effort to improve the electromagnetic spectrum survivability of its technology. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Nov. 2, 2022.

'War of the robots' — how the race to acquire drones is shaping the Ukraine-Russia conflict

Russia and Ukraine have widely employed unmanned systems in their ongoing conflict. The nation that can best ramp up production and field these types of platforms in large numbers will have an edge as the war evolves, according to a leading analyst. Jon Harper has the story.


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DOD bolstering electromagnetic survivability of systems

The Department of Defense is trying to “reinvigorate” electromagnetic spectrum survivability within systems as some services look to rebuild their arsenal and the Pentagon is trying to harden itself against more sophisticated adversaries in this space. Mark Pomerleau has more.


Amid election conspiracy theories, CISA says there's no credible threat to voting equipment

A week before the midterm elections, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director Jen Easterly said the Biden administration has done “everything we can” to protect election infrastructure and cautioned against overreactions to any voting mishaps on Election Day. Christian Vasquez has more on CyberScoop.


Defense Digital Service chief Katie Savage on the benefits of a distributed workforce

Katie Savage, director of the Defense Digital Service, Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office at DOD, shares her insights on the success of having a remote and distributed workforce. She says tapping into west and east coast talent means employers need to offer flexibility and stability to those interested in serving a mission. Watch the interview with Savage.


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