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04/12/2022
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DOD announces new top JADC2 officer

The Joint Chiefs of Staff is getting a new CIO. Air Force Lt. Gen. Mary O’Brien has been tapped for the key position on the Joint Staff where she will lead the U.S. military’s approach to Joint All-Domain Command and Control, among other things. Mark Pomerleau has the scoop.


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Ukraine crisis shows effectiveness of Cyber Command’s persistent engagement, Nakasone says

Ukraine has to date fared much better in the face of Russian cyber incidents than initially expected before Moscow’s early February invasion. One reason for that, according to U.S. officials, is the early engagement of U.S. Cyber Command teams to assist. More from Mark.


Cyber experts stress importance of telemetry for zero-trust architectures

Leveraging telemetry to monitor networks will be critical for the Department of Defense and other organizations that are trying to implement a zero-trust cybersecurity model, officials and tech industry leaders said at the Zero Trust Summit. Jon Harper has this.


Drone swarms with 1,000 unmanned aircraft could be possible within 5 years, DARPA leader says

Within the next five years, it could be possible for the U.S. military to launch swarms of drones consisting of as many as 1,000 unmanned aerial systems, a top official at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency told FedScoop. Jon has this one as well.


Katie Arrington files FOIA lawsuit in bid to obtain records relating to security clearance suspension

Former Department of Defense IT official Katie Arrington has filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Pentagon in a bid to obtain records relating to the suspension of her security clearance last year. John Hewitt Jones has more from Arrington's case.


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