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  • Infotech

    July 2021

    Hasten CMMC Compliance Through Zero-Trust

    By Ryan Heidorn
    It’s hard to have a conversation about cybersecurity these days without hearing about “zero trust,” a cybersecurity design philosophy that, although conceptualized over a decade ago, has reemerged as contemporary wisdom among security practitioners in both government and industry.
  • Infotech

    July 2021

    BREAKING: Pentagon Cancels JEDI Program, Launches New Cloud Computing Effort

    The Department of Defense is canceling the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud computing program — also known as JEDI — and pursuing a new effort aimed at better meeting warfighter needs, the Pentagon announced July 6.
  • Infotech

    June 2021

    Army Fleshing Out Joint All-Domain Command, Control

    Facing complex battlefields in the future, the Army is hard at work developing a network of interconnected platforms that can rapidly send information to commanders and troops and link sensors and shooters.
  • Infotech

    June 2021

    Security for Telework, BYOD and Beyond

    By Bob Stevens
    The Defense Department experienced unprecedented changes to its work environment this past year.
  • Infotech

    June 2021

    Microelectronics - A Critical National Resource

    By Alan R. Shaffer , Chris Toffales and Monique D. Attar
    One fallout from the pandemic has been a growing realization of the impact of a fragile manufacturing and supply chain on the economy and potential impact on national security.
  • Information Technology

    April 2021

    JUST IN: Navy Information Warfare Leader Says IT Adoption Too Slow

    Over the past two decades information technology systems have “exploded” in use, but the U.S. military has been too slow to adopt it effectively, said the deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare and director of naval intelligence April 21.
  • Cybersecurity

    April 2021

    DoD Tackles Vehicle Cybersecurity at ‘Mad Hacks’

    The U.S. military relies on its fleet of vehicles to transport troops and gear across battlefields, but their importance could make them prime targets for cyberattacks in a future conflict.
  • Cybersecurity

    April 2021

    CMMC: Some Frequently Asked Questions

    By Wesley Hallman , Nick Jones and Corbin Evans
    The National Defense Industrial Association has held a series of webinars for its members focusing on the latest news coming out of the Defense Department on the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification.
  • Cyber

    April 2021

    JUST IN: CMMC Leader Supports Internal Program Review

    The Defense Department recently shared that it is conducting an “internal assessment” of its burgeoning Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program, but the lead for the effort isn’t concerned.
  • Infotech

    April 2021

    Conducting Business in a Virtual World

    By Christine M. Klein
    On March 16, 2020, I departed Honolulu heading home after the conclusion of a successful conference conducted with our partner Indo-Pacific Command.
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