Gartner Research

Rethinking U.S. DoD Cybersecurity in a Post-WikiLeaks World

Published: 01 November 2011

ID: G00218054

Analyst(s): Steve Hawald

Summary

While the U.S. DoD has strengthened internal and external data handling and improved credential frameworks and secured networks, a need for more sharing of information remains, albeit with greater use of trusted techniques and encrypted metadata at the right level of authorized consumption.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview

Analysis

  • What We Learned From WikiLeaks and New Cyberattacks
  • Recommendations

Recommended Reading

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