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Col. Greg Griffin: Joint Regional Security Stack Could Support DoD-Military Data Exchange

U.S. Army Col. Greg Griffin has said he predicts the Defense Department‘s Joint Regional Security Stack would help DoD components share information with military services and combatant commands within a common platform.

JRSS is designed to increase the visibility of network activity, simplify data exchange process and secure networks across the department, the Defense Information Systems Agency said Wednesday.

Griffin, JRSS program manager, told audience at a recent Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association-hosted forum in Maryland he believes the DoD community can manage actions and predict outcomes through the JRSS infrastructure.

He added platform could facilitate sharing of tips and cues if deployed with a standard suite of equipment, syntaxes and procedures.

DISA noted that 14 unclassified operational stacks are currently in operational status. The agency expects a total of 20 stacks deployed within the continental U.S., Europe as well as the Central Command and Pacific Command areas of responsibility by the conclusion of fiscal 2019.

Twenty-five are needed to help secure the Pentagon’s classified network, DISA added.

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