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It’s not the silver screen, but Blue Coat Director of Security Strategies Aubrey Merchant-Dest recently joined Federal News Radio to discuss “Security in the Age of Targeted Attacks.”

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There has been a lot of discussion lately around the Department of Defense’s (DoD) undertaking of the Joint Information Environment (JIE), which is a concept designed to enhance data access and information sharing to make the DoD more secure, and more agile, at a lower cost.
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With massive technology changes happening at such a rapid pace, the federal government is faced with both a challenge and an opportunity to transition to the new 21st century network.
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In a clear sign that the current administration is bridging the innovation gap between industry and government, the White House has officially named Google’s Megan Smith as the new U.S. Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
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The Joint Regional Security Stacks (JRSS), which is part of the Joint Information Environment Initiative (JIE), is being developed to enhance mission effectiveness, increase network security and realize IT efficiencies across the entire Department of Defense (DoD).
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At Federal Forum 2014, Acting Defense Department CIO, Terry Halvorsen made it clear in his lunchtime keynote that the Joint Information Environment (JIE) “is a concept, not a program.”  And when the DoD is done, it will have an environment of networks, not a single network, but many networks, that are “more secure, more agile, and more mission capabilities and at a lower cost,” said Halvorsen