New buzz words like 'innovation ecosystems' often symbolize a departure from a legacy system to a more modern system and an underlying shift focus from operations management to service delivery with better user experience, reduce operational cost, minimize disruption, and enable personnel to do more with less. This issue of the Journal of Cyber Security
The Journal of Cyber Security and Information Systems
The Journal of Cyber Security and Information Systems is a quarterly journal focusing on scientific and technical research & development, methods and processes, policies and standards, security, reliability, quality, and lessons learned case histories.
This quarter’s CSIAC Journal contains five articles that offer some perspectives to address the often-heard phrase “Cyber Is Hard”, usually associated with gnashing of teeth and exasperated sighs. In particular, how can the Department of Defense deliver new concepts across the train/exercise/execute spectrum to provision cyber capabilities that can
Analyze. Deter. Discover. Prevent. Respond. This issue of the CSIAC Journal presents five articles which represent different perspectives on Insider Threat and approaches to understand and remediate that threat. In this journal we are proud to identify and include work by two organizations with a long history of research and good counsel regarding
This 2017 special edition of the CSIAC Journal focuses on wargames and the many uses of Modeling and Simulation (M&S) that support decision making needed at the various levels of combat. In this issue you will find a selection of topics ranging from the uses of serious games for education and training to use of early synthetic prototyping to construct a
This issue is a special Software Assurance (SwA) edition of the Journal of Cyber Security & Information Systems, published by the Cyber Security & Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC). This edition explores different aspects of software assurance competencies that can be used to improve software assurance functions and how to
This is a special Software Assurance (SwA) edition of the Journal of Cyber Security & Information Systems, published by the Cyber Security & Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC). This edition explores different aspects of developing, deploying and training on how to build assured software. Articles are contributed by software
U.S. Army Research Laboratory has established a Collaborative Research Alliance, or CRA, which will include an alliance of ARL, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center, academia and industry researchers to explore the basic foundations of cyber science issues in the context of Army networks. ARL cyber research
Welcome to this special modeling and simulation (M&S) edition of the Journal of Cyber Security & Information Systems, published by the Cyber Security & Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC). This edition focuses on wargaming, a key cylinder of the Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) innovative engine.
From inviting complexity into our processes, or dealing with the complexities of quantum keys, to getting back to basics in security and training solutions, this issue of the CSIAC Journal explores unique concepts in advancing productivity and security.
The US Air Force’s Rome Laboratory is the USAF research and development center for command, control, and communications and is responsible for planning and executing the USAF science and technology program. The Information Directorate develops information technologies for air, space and ground systems, partnering with other federal agencies, allied nations,