DoD Releases its Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Strategy

The strategy covers the period from Fiscal Year 2024 to 2027.
DoD Releases its Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Strategy
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The Department of Defense (DoD) has recently unveiled its Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Strategy, outlining a proactive framework aimed at bolstering the resilience of both the Joint Force and the defense cybersecurity network.

Covering the period from Fiscal Year 2024 to 2027, this strategy charts a course for enhancing cybersecurity efforts within the department and its engagement with industry partners.

"As our adversaries continuously seek information about U.S. capabilities, the Department, in coordination with the DIB, must remain resilient against these attacks and succeed through teamwork to defend the Nation,” says Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen H. Hicks.

The Strategy's emphasis on industry collaboration directs DoD's efforts to protect the nation and uphold technological superiority. Its four goals include fortifying governance for DIB Cybersecurity, boosting contractor cybersecurity posture, safeguarding critical capabilities, and enhancing DIB collaboration.

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