DOD officials pushing for standardized cyberspace systems across department

January 30, 2019 at 5:00 AM
The Defense Department is done accepting "stove-piped" solutions for its cyberspace needs, officials pledged this week, instead indicating the department will move to implement its new cyber strategy with a more standardized set of products. While the Pentagon focused on developing the strategy last year, leaders want to aggressively move toward implementation this year, according to Brig. Gen. Dennis Crall, DOD’s principal deputy cyber advisor. "It's a bad year for those who like endless pilots, pathfinders and experiments that lead...

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