Event eNews: JIE Mission Partner Symposium 2014
Real-time coverage from the JIE Mission Partner Symposium, including blog posts, the Online Show Daily, related coverage, news and photos, all in one place. Editor in Chief Robert K. Ackerman will be on site providing highlights and breaking news from speakers and panelists as they discuss the current and future development of the JIE mission imperative. Bookmark this link and check back frequently for new content.
The Latest Coverage From JIE Mission Partner Symposium 2014
The Joint Information Environment (JIE) will enable a single security architecture that may be the key to defending the U.S. military against attacks from cyberspace, said the Joint Staff’s top communicator on the final day of AFCEA’s three-day JIE Mission Partner Symposium.
The U.S. military needs to take active measures to ensure that it acquires good cyber professionals, said the Joint Staff's communicator.
U.S. military forces will not be able to pursue operational goals successfully unless the Joint Information Environment (JIE) is implemented, according to a member of the Joint Staff.
The future soldier, sailor, airman, Marine and coast guardsman may be communicating with a mobile device attached to his or her wrist, if the vision of the nation’s top uniformed communicator comes to pass.
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The U.S. Marine Corps is looking toward its major information technology support projects to serve its tactical command, control, communications and computers needs.
The national capital region may receive its own joint information environment, or JIE. It would generate many advantages for its users, but some others might suffer from the new environment.
The cyber attacks that threaten the United States are just as intense and worrisome for NATO, which comes under persistent strikes by nation-states, terrorist groups and criminal organizations all assailing with denial-of-service malware, organized criminal incursions, cyber espionage and website defacements.
A relatively small team within the U.S. Defense Department works long hours to accomplish something big—establishing a single network for all defense missions.
The Defense Department, facing an increase in defensive cyber operations, now has the command and control it needs to wage those actions on its information network. The Joint Force Headquarters Department of Defense Information Network consolidates efforts that previously were dispersed among the services and organizations.
Guest blogger Ed Bender from SolarWinds outlines the steps the U.S. Defense Department should take to secure and streamline information networks successfully toward the realization of the JIE. The department must strive for greater interoperability of NetOps and other IT management tools within the services.
Public News Coverage
- First elements of DoD’s Joint Information Environment come together in Europe
- DISA Embraces Joint Information Environment
- Why DOD thinks JIE is the future; how industry can help
- DISA: We need industry more than ever
- Picking priorities for the JIE