Department of Defense News and Analysis
Connected capabilities can improve mission activities, but requires the right infrastructure, security and governance.
Newly organized portfolio management office helps prioritize and align all zero trust efforts across DOD.
DOD leaders say you can't have JADC2 without zero trust and a "data-centric" approach to cyber.
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.
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Modernizing systems for more mobile environments can ensure efficient applications of AI and biometrics in tandem to pinpoint enemies.
Defense officials described how zero trust, ICAM solutions, DevSecOps and common data standards will optimize JADC2 implementation.
The zero trust prototype will attempt to harmonize existing security solutions for a cloud-first environment.
Though still in its infancy, collecting and making actionable data can provide insights on optimal performance of service members.
The Department of the Army remains focused on identity and mobility within a zero trust environment as employees continue to telework.
The spending boost and new requirement come as U.S. critical infrastructure sectors prepare for more cyberattacks.
DevSecOps continues to bring change to government's culture and approach to security.
Kessel Run, DOD's first software factory, is about to help one air combat command unit move all operations to a software environment designed via DevSecOps.
DOD overcomes fear of innovation in the digital space and starts to embrace emerging technologies and tools in AI and DevSecOps.
The COVID-19 pandemic made the Enterprise Cloud Management Agency nimbler and more intentional about cloud management and remote work.
The Army, Air Force and Navy's modern application practices are improving security postures.
Tools like software bills of materials can improve software supply chain visibility and security.
After a pause in the program, the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification will now fall under the DOD Office of the Chief Information Officer.
The initiative will help defense leaders develop more aggressive cyber defenses.