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DOD not meeting same standards it plans to hold contractors to under CMMC

The Pentagon established new requirements under the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) 2.0 program to hold contractors to better protecting sensitive defense data. But the Department of Defense itself hasn’t yet proven it can meet those same standards. Billy Mitchell has this.

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NARA, USDA score $13.5M in TMF awards

NARA received $9.1 million to modernize and digitize its legacy records processing systems; USDA got $4.4 million to develop and implement a zero-trust cybersecurity architecture for its IT enterprise. Billy Mitchell has this too.

Agencies eye 2 data storage alternatives amid growing demand

Federal agencies are interested in developing alternatives to silicon-based data storage to keep pace with growing demand and decrease data center energy consumption, according to the Government Accountability Office. This one is Dave Nyczepir's.

MDA director unsure if new hypersonic missile interceptor can be fielded before 2030

Under pressure to develop new capabilities for countering adversaries’ hypersonic weapons, the head of the Missile Defense Agency said he isn’t ready to commit to a timeline for delivering a new glide phase interceptor (GPI). Jon Harper has the latest.

A year after report, task force urges U.S. to keep ransomware on front burner

The federal government has made strides in deterring ransomware over the past year, but still has a number of milestones to reach, according to a new paper from the Institute for Security and Technology’s Ransomware Task Force. Tonya Riley has more on CyberScoop.


WATCH: Powering defense missions with the cloud

The cloud has the global infrastructure needed to support the vision of a worldwide interconnected information flow. And it has the resilient capabilities necessary to support the AI and machine learning required to turn global data streams into actionable intelligence, says AWS executive Liz Martin. According to Martin, the cloud plays a pivotal role in helping military leaders bring to fruition the powerful potential of their missions. Hear more from Martin. 

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