Cyber test gives Army Corps faith in system resilience

December 14, 2011
Cyber Security, FedCyber Wire
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The Army Corps of Engineers’ Los Angeles district became one of the first Defense Department offices to go through a Command Cyber Readiness Inspection.

And Bob Kazimer, the director of corporate information and chief information of the Army Corps of Engineers, expects DoD’s Cyber Command’s report to show the network strength of the Corps L.A. office to be pretty stout.

“The U.S. Cyber Command as part of the DISA team select various circuits across the DoD and partners, and announce they will conduct an inspection,” Kazimer said. “They give us some time to prepare and then come down for a full week of scanning, interviews, analyses and observations. In my view, it’s a no-holds barred inspection.”

via Federal News Radio, continued here.