The Army is holding back some of its soldiers from more advanced cyber training to keep them around.
The U.S. military is employing a mixture of procurement contracts and innovative practices to speed up the acquisition of defensive and offensive cyber technology.
National Guard units are ramping up their defensive cyber capabilities across the board, and will soon be able to quickly respond to cyber attacks in their home states and territories.
The Army and Navy have begun releasing these Cyber Mission Forces (CMF) into the wilds of their network protection efforts.
Replacing the DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) should let owners, operators and defenders of IT systems better manage risks.
The Air Force’s Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems (CROWS) is assessing how the Air Force fields and sustains its weapons systems.
Currently, there is no firm timeline or hard transition deadline for moving to the cybersecurity scorecard 2.0, leadership says.