The Navy sees the new process, called RAISED, as a “critical enabler” for its ambitions to deploy newly-built software to ships in under 24 hours.
The Army is starting a three-phase reform effort to tackle challenges in the Risk Management Framework, but says it’s seen some major successes already.
Air Force undersecretary and chief information officer Matt Donovan signed a memo March 22 detailing the new authority to operate (ATO) process that is about speed and rigor.
Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford, the Army’s chief information officer, said the service’s new artificial intelligence task force will focus on tasks ranging from automating cybersecurity to identity management.
The Air Force believes its new streamlined ATO process will not only get systems online faster, it will deliver better security.
Dominic Cussatt, VA’s chief information security officer, said VA has addressed several long-standing cyber problems, including the use of two-factor authentication.
Why agencies need to consider both the Risk Management Framework and the Department of Defense’s Risk Assessment Methodology.
NIST plans to soon update some of its publications, including its risk management framework, to reflect these priorities.
The Navy will test a new architecture that relies on web services and shared IT infrastructure in a combination of ashore and afloat clouds.
Three years after coming into existence, the cyber defense arm of U.S. Cyber Command says it will reach phase one of an order aimed at shoring up vulnerabilities across the Defense Department this spring.