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  • Budget

    February 2023

    2023 NDAA Provides New Opportunities for Industry

    By Stephanie Barna , Alex Hastings and Michele Pearce
    The 4400-page 2023 National Defense Authorization Act authorizes $858 billion in total defense spending and contains several provisions that will be of interest to companies across industries that do business with the U.S. government.
  • Cybersecurity

    December 2022

    Pentagon Paves Road Map for Zero Trust by 2027

    By Meredith Roaten
    The Defense Department has finally laid out its plan for protecting its cyber networks after years of pledging to make it a commitment.
  • Army News

    December 2022

    Army Evaluates Zero Trust Cybersecurity for JADC2

    The Army wants to implement a zero trust cybersecurity framework as it transforms itself into a data-centric force.
  • Cybersecurity

    November 2022

    Defense Base Prepares for New CMMC Rules (Updated)

    By Meredith Roaten
    One year after the Pentagon announced its newest cybersecurity guidelines, industry is still figuring out how it will comply with new rules and operate in a new environment.
  • Cyber

    November 2022

    JADC2 Could Introduce Cyber Risks At Unprecedented Scale

    By Jason Atwell
    While JADC2 at the conceptual level has clear tactical intents and purposes, as one moves further down toward the underlying technology — such as the nodes, links and platforms that will form its structure — there are clear issues with operations, security and maintenance.
  • Cybersecurity

    October 2022

    Zero Trust Architecture Rises Across Industries

    By Meredith Roaten
    Government agencies and businesses around the world are moving rapidly to adopt the cybersecurity practice zero trust, a change from just a few years ago, according to a new report.
  • International

    September 2022

    JUST IN: AUKUS Agreement Poses Cybersecurity Risk to Allies

    The trilateral agreement that will bring U.S. and U.K. know-how to help Australia field nuclear-powered submarines will be a big, fat target for cyber spies, senior defense leaders warned.
  • Cybersecurity

    September 2022

    Government Seeking Quantum-Proof Encryption

    By Meredith Roaten
    Once matured, quantum technology is expected to create a shift in the defense world due to the large volume of data it will be able to quickly process. While that can lead to great advances in science and technology, it can also empower those seeking to break into encrypted communications.
  • Cyber

    April 2022

    U.S. Can’t Wait Any Longer for a Cyber Force

    By Jacob Winn
    In 1947, the United States acknowledged that air power had fundamentally changed warfare by creating the Department of the Air Force.
  • Cybersecurity

    March 2022

    Commentary: It’s Time to Get a Jumpstart on CMMC 2.0

    By Pete Sfoglia
    During the Cold War, the Defense Department wanted a network that could reroute itself around areas where nuclear weapons had been destroyed or attacked by enemy spies, so they built one and called it ARPANET, or the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network.
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