Methods for assessing cyber risks need to be tailored to each program, Air Force officials say

By Rachel Cohen  
October 31, 2018 at 9:40 AM
Military software development programs need more flexibility when it comes to judging their level of cyber risk, the Air Force's cybersecurity innovation director said Tuesday. During a panel at the Symantec Government Symposium, Lauren Knausenberger said applying traditional cybersecurity checklists to iterative development efforts can slow the process of sending those upgrades to the warfighter, as shown by the Air Force's new "Kessel Run" team, which codes upgrades for the Air Operations Center. She called the AOC improvements some of...

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