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Defense cloud leaders dissect cloud security myths and challenges, with DevSecOps and zero trust as the pillars of a secure hybrid cloud.
Testing, scaling and interoperability are the remaining impediments as DISA moves closer to completing its Thunderdome zero trust prototype.
Agencies are aligning security and performance needs.
SBOMs and transparency are key to resilient cybersecurity models.
DISA’s Hosting and Compute Center is working through technical and programmatic challenges created by hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
The six-month extension will allow DISA to develop a SIPRNet-specific zero trust solution for JADC2.
The department is putting cybersecurity first in strategic next steps.
Identity management, level of assurance and single source of truth are pillars of the zero trust approach to cybersecurity.
DISA’s HaCC empowers the warfighter by delivering problem-solving capabilities via user-centered design.
Training a cyber-aware workforce can transform end users from potential vulnerabilities into security enablers.
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Data and cyber leaders detailed challenges with C2 modernization and how it will be the foundation for JADC2 implementation.
The agency follows a collection of guiding principles that include secure and modernized systems to accomplish an extensive data architecture across the agency.
DISA and the Air Force invest in emerging technology to enhance user experience and maintain a secure network.
DISA cyber leaders will prioritize improving the user experience with cybersecurity to allow for seamless, secure network and data access.
The agency is tackling cybersecurity challenges head-on through its new prototype.
DISA leaders highlighted a common approach to IT modernization at AFCEA TechNet Cyber 2022.
The agency turned a month-long cybersecurity initiative into a continuous effort as a reminder to the workforce on how to stay aware and protect the network.
The zero trust prototype will attempt to harmonize existing security solutions for a cloud-first environment.
Low code and other cloud capabilities are used throughout DOD to ease transformation of digital services development.