Dan Goure: Six steps to securing the Pentagon’s networks

The Defense Department needs a 21st century security network that can handle a growing number of sophisticated threats. The Pentagon has already put a lot of wo...

The Defense Department needs a 21st century security network that can handle a growing number of sophisticated threats. The Pentagon has already put a lot of work and resources into the Host-Based Security System. It's part of DoD's first coordinated departmentwide security system. Dan Goure is vice president of the Lexington Institute. He tells In Depth with Francis Rose about a six-step strategy the Pentagon should pursue to build off the system it already has.

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