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"Meeting Cyber SA and NetOps Challenges with IQ-Core Software"
Cyber Situational Awareness, (SA) is top of mind for DoD decision makers. There is a critical need across defense information systems for cyber security SA that enables cyber professionals and decision makers to gain a clearer picture of what is happening across DoD networks and ultimately, a bird's-eye view of the entire digital ecosystem.

Over the past several years, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and other DoD agencies have focused on converging functions such as cyber SA, defensive cyber operations, and network operations (NetOps) in order to reduce information silos and establish more unified network management. Look no further than the Unified Situational Cyber Awareness capability, which was designed to align DISA's disparate cyber capabilities so cyber information can be rapidly analyzed for coordinated response.

In this whitepaper, readers will learn how NetOps encompasses not only Cyber SA, but also a broader operational framework that includes network planning, management, configuration, and monitoring to operate, manage, and defend defense networks. NetOps and Cyber SA demand rapid and continuous innovation to meet evolving threats to DoD information dominance, and this paper will help readers understand how to address several challenges program managers and technical operations personnel face with network management.

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