In that case I am not as conflicted. I believe the multifactor measure would definitely apply.
I believe that your assumption is correct. But, your explanation that this is internal comms within the IS makes me second guess myself. Not sure you would classify internal comms within the IS as “network access” since these controls relate to access to the IS, not within.
In general taking the programming courses at MIT will be useful. However, there are a large number of different cyber security tracks that one can get involved in and in most cases a solid networking background would be more useful than a programming background. I don’t have much to recommend in regards to training but I will take a look around or maybe someone else can chime in.
@defense1 The AMRDEC SAFE was taken down due to a vulnerability reported to the Pentagons Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP) by a teenager who discovered a way to obtain files from the system by brute forcing the reference numbers used in the AMRDEC file URLs. In my opinion this was an example of a properly executed mitigation. The Pentagon was quick to act and shut AMRDEC Safe down until it could be patched. It took 4 months for the system to be brought back, though the Army claims the delay was not due to the vulnerability. More details can be found here:
The CSIAC is a DoD-sponsored Center of Excellence in the fields of Cybersecurity, Software Engineering, Modeling & Simulation, and Knowledge Management & Information Sharing.
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