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Edward Cardon: Army Moves Forward With Cyber Workforce, Tech Adoption Programs

U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon has highlighted the continued growth of the service’s cyber mission force and cyber capabilities in his recent testimony to the House Armed Services Committee’s emerging threats and capabilities panel. David Vergun reports Thursday on the Army website that Cardon, commander of the U.S. Army Cyber Command and Second Army, noted …

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Terry Halvorsen: DoD Continues Work on JRSS, Cyber, Cloud

Defense Department Acting CIO Terry Halvorsen outlined his information technology priorities for the department during a Feb. 25 hearing with the House Armed Services Committee’s emerging threats and capabilities subcommittee, DoD News reported Thursday. Cheryl Pellerin writes Halvorsen highlighted the implementation of the Joint Regional Security Stacks to boost network security in support of the Joint …

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Army Continues Mission Command Technical Overhaul to Build Network Capabilities Across Bases

The U.S. Army is continuing its work to overhaul mission command operations through upgrades under the Defense Department‘s Joint Information Environment that could eventually reduce deployments to the field, Federal News Radio reported Friday. Jared Serbu writes that the service’s efforts to establish a distributed mission command aligns with Army Chief of Staff Ray Odierno‘s work to …

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Lt. Gen. Bill Bender: Air Force Pushes Forward on JIE Cyber Efforts

Lt. Gen. Bill Bender has said the U.S. Air Force is planning to integrate role-based authentication and other cybersecurity measures to its systems as it builds on the Joint Information Environment concept, Federal News Radio reported Wednesday. Jason Miller writes that the service is currently moving computing systems to the Defense Department‘s MilCloud and seeking to adopt mobility …

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DISA to Start Joint Info Environment Shift in San Antonio; Danielle Metz Comments

The Defense Information Systems Agency has kicked off work to transition network users into a set of joint regional security stacks in an effort to centralize the military’s network operations, SIGNAL Magazine reported Tuesday. Sandra Jontz writes DISA will begin the move by migrating its San Antonio, Texas-based network to the JRSS from the agency’s legacy information and …

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