A comprehensive COOP plan will allow agencies to be resilient rather than reactive. It takes into account partnerships, people and assets.
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The DoD Enterprise DevSecOps Initiative will help the department keep pace with rapid software development and the ever-shifting cybersecurity landscape.
The answer lies not in being able to predict the next crisis but in being prepared for whatever it may be.
When it comes to innovation, agencies are pinning much of their hopes on analytics, particularly when putting their vast stores of data to use.
For the Defense Department, the baseline reality is that its software acquisition process hasn’t been keeping pace with warfighters’ needs, particularly when the commercial sector — and adversaries — push new capabilities into use quickly.
The President’s Management Agenda, which established the framework for IT modernization two years ago, leans heavily on innovation. And although agencies have made progress in modernization on several fronts, adoption of innovative technologies hasn’t been seamless.
To keep their data, applications and operations protected, agencies need to execute their security procedures in as close to real time as possible.
The bottom line is that today’s cloud-based networks have created an environment far removed from traditional on-premises computing. A new approach that starts with secure code is needed.