CYBERSECURITY

& Information Systems Digest

30 JANUARY 2024

CSIAC collects and publishes articles related to our technical focus areas on the web to share with the DoD community.

https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/2-blocks-clashed-creating-spark-inside-1067053463
STATE-OF-THE-ART REPORT (SOAR)

CSIAC is pleased to announce publication of our latest state-of-the art report (SOAR) “Blockchain Applications for Federal Government,” which reviews fundamentals of the technology, its applications, limitations, and more. More information about the SOAR is available on our website at https://csiac.org/state-of-the-art-reports/blockchain-applications-for-federal-government/

FEATURED ARTICLE

DoD Increases AI Capacity Through Strategy, Alignment

The Defense Department is making leaps when it comes to fielding cutting-edge technologies, a senior Pentagon policy official said today. Michael C. Horowitz, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Development and Emerging Capabilities, said key organizational and strategy updates have resulted in the DoD’s improved ability to effectively field new tactics and technologies —…

Read More...

Featured Notable Technical Inquiry

6G and Its Advancements Over 5G Networks

The Cybersecurity and Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC) was tasked with researching and recognizing improvements to 6G networks compared to 5G.  The inquirer also wanted to know when 6G networks are expected to be deployed. CSIAC identified the differences in features and functionality between 6G and 5G networks, projected 6G network deployment timeframes, and potential future use cases for 6G technologies. 1.0  TI Request…

Learn More

FUTURE WEBINARS

CSIAC hosts live online technical presentations featuring a DoD research and engineering topic within our technical focus areas.

DID YOU MISS OUR LAST WEBINAR?

UPCOMING WEBINAR

RESCHEDULED: Fundamentals of Cross-Domain Solutions in the DoD

THIS WEBINAR HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21st at 12:00 PM ET A cross-domain solution (CDS) is a capability that can be used to securely connect discrete systems or networks, which may have different security policies to address exposure to threats and risks and therefore hold different levels of trust. CDS is an example…

Read More...

UPCOMING EVENTS

Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium (RMCS24)

The Rocky Mountain Chapter of AFCEA hosts an annual forum for industry, academia, and government to discuss and propose solutions to the challenges of cybersecurity, community cyber readiness, and homeland defense facing our nation. The…

Fifth Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) Standardization Conference

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) plans to hold the 5th NIST PQC Standardization Conference from April 10-12, 2024, in Rockville, Maryland. The purpose of the conference is to discuss various aspects of…

Advantage DoD 2024: Defense Data & AI Symposium

Advantage DoD 2024:  Defense Data & Artificial Intelligence (AI) Symposium is a three-day cyber and modeling-focused symposium. Key topics include generative AI, large language models, data and analytics, enablers (such as tools for small businesses,…

Voice From the Community

Katherine Goodier headshot
Katherine Goodier

Chief Data Scientist, PAR Government

Dr. Goodier is an artificial intelligence (AI) expert with over 30 years of practical application experience. Since retiring as the Director of Global Standards at Nortel, she has served as a contract chief ontologist, data scientist, and enterprise architect in the intelligence community. She co-hosted the Federal Big Data working group and recently supported the red team at DEFCON31 in the AI Village. Her focus is providing AI for the cybersecurity of 5G networks.

Want to be featured in our Digest?

Submit your "Voice From the Community"