CMMC AB working to be more ‘aggressive’ in recruiting assessors
The CMMC AB's top concern is ensuring a sufficient pipeline of assessors.
Army looks to increase oversight, centralization of IT spending
A new strategy published Wednesday creates two councils to scrutinize the service's IT procurement.
Kessel Run signs first agreement implementing new software acquisition policies
The new software acquisition pathway solidifies the software factory's relationship with Air Combat Command.
Defense Digital Service looks to ‘SITH’ to stop insider threats before they happen
The prototype project is meant to deliver a proof-of-concept for automating insider threat tracking of cleared DOD staff.
JWCC cloud contract providers will have to adhere to FedRAMP-like cybersecurity regime
The test will ensure cloud providers that work under the new JWCC contract follow strict cybersecurity controls.
Navy shifts to enterprise IT services approach
The Navy's new IT operational model aims to reduce redundancy and increase cybersecurity.
The Air Force remakes a squadron into a cyber-focused unit
The Air Force is turning some communications squadrons into units focused on cyber defense.
Aspen Institute study finds women make up just 24% of cybersecurity workforce
The study comes as federal agency leaders seek to get more senior women into government technology roles.
Army’s first phase of unified network ’18-24′ months away
Lt. Gen. John Morrison says the Army will need 18-24 months to start on its new Unified Network Plan.
CISA issues third TIC use case covering remote users
The document provides guidance for the configuration of data flows including for secure remote user access to a campus.