To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Discount on the Special Report: Cyber and IT Issues at the DoD
Date: Thu Sep 25 13:04:12 MDT 2014
Special Report: Cyber and IT Issues at the Department of Defense
The Department of Defense (DoD) currently hosts 15,000 network enclaves, 2,000 data centers, hundreds of thousands of mobile devices and over a million users--all with a nearly $40 billion information technology budget. The massive and decentralized department creates a diverse IT infrastructure throughout the military services and defense sub-agencies. Fragmented IT systems are difficult to maintain, nearly impossible to efficiently secure and incredibly costly. Over the past several years, DoD has crafted strategies to address its major IT and cyber pressure points, such as cloud and mobility. With guidance from the Chief Information Officer, the Pentagon has sought to create shared IT and interoperable data. It has also begun leveraging programs in the civilian government, including federal security standards.
This downloadable special report will explore the major topics confronting policymakers at DoD. Cyber security is more than just tracking malware. Network security starts with the IT office. Properly executed, the planned and in-progress IT improvements throughout the department will make systems simpler and consequently easier for security officers to manage. However, significant challenges remain, jeopardizing the speed and effectiveness with which upgrades can be implemented.
This special report includes content from the Defense Daily Network.
Download this special report by September 26 and save $30! If you prefer to order by phone, call 1-888-707-5814 and mention promo code EBDD6IA01.
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