The Department of Homeland Security is looking to bolster its civilian cyber defense capabilities, while the U.S. Army is enhancing its combat training efforts. In addition, Lt. Gen. Ronnie Hawkins, DISA Director, provides some interesting insights into mobile device management, cloud security, and agency reorganization. Be sure to catch up with these news stories and much more in this week’s Federal News Round Up. Happy Monday.
DHS Looks to Bolster Civilian Cyber Defense
The Department of Homeland Security is looking to bolster its civilian cyber defense capabilities with continuous monitoring and diagnostics capabilities.
Interview with DISA Director Lt. Gen. Ronnie Hawkins Jr.
Air Force Lt. Gen. Ronnie Hawkins Jr., Director of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), recently spoke with Federal Times about enterprise architecture, mobile device management, cloud computing, secure collaboration, and agency reorganization.
Groundbreaking SecureView Empowers Intelligence Analysts, Protects Data
The Air Force Research Lab developed a unique system that puts feeds from multiple networks on the same screen, but prevents any data from being moved from one place to another.
Army Integrates New Simulation Technology into Combat Training
The U.S. Army is integrating the latest simulation technology into combat training, specifically to improve the Dismounted Soldier Training System and use it to supplement traditional live training.
DARPA Funds Research to Boost Sensors
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is funding research for the development of a new system that can be applied to sensors to deliver more precise measurements.