The Federal government understands the significance of remote access on meeting mission objectives now and in the future. Agency leaders are looking to the private sector for technology that helps them maintain the highest security levels while meeting the ease-of-access demands of today’s worker – and can be implemented quickly.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the council that the world in which peacekeepers operate "is more hazardous today than any time in recent memory," with geopolitical tensions reverberating locally and conflicts "more complex and multi-layered."
“Information is key to gaining advantage in all domains, whether during kinetic actions on the battlefield or during day-to-day operations in competition,” said Gen. David Berger, the Marine Corps commandant.
“Bring Your Own Approved Device” initiative would allow guardsmen to use personal mobile equipment to perform the same functions in the field that they would otherwise carry out at a desktop in their offices.
To build cyber resilience in this heightened threat environment, agencies must work closely with both international counterparts and industry to align on a proactive, global approach to all cyber threats –– not just state-sponsored attacks.
The U.S. must pivot towards a comprehensive cybersecurity plan immediately, the first step of which is to implement Zero Trust architectures (ZTA) across networks, and at the data level where possible, SpiderOak Inc. Executive Chairman Charles Beames says.
The Senate Armed Services Committee on June 16 published its summary of the annual defense bill, tackling everything from future network development to supply chain challenges, electronic warfare integration to hypersonic weapons development.
“We are actively working not only on the digital blockade of the Russian Federation, but also to attract top international companies to Ukraine,” a Ukrainian minister said. “This is one of our priorities today.”
Getting quickly to a Zero Trust architecture is more important than ever. Implementing C2C is a means available now to continuously identify and control access for all endpoints connecting to the network, making a comprehensive Zero Trust architecture achievable.
“We believe that in a conflict with a peer adversary, first moves may be in space and cyber, so we must enable our” forces “to integrate with, and have access to, those capabilities now,” reads the update.