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Under the voluntary DIB CS/IA program, DoD and DIB participants share cyber threat information in order to enhance the overall security of unclassified DIB networks, reduce damage to critical programs, and increase DoD and DIB cyber situational awareness.
Through the program’s operational focal point, the DoD Cyber Crime Center (DC3), DoD and DIB participants share unclassified and classified cyber threat information in near real-time to identify and respond to adversary activity. This sharing increases DoD and DIB participants' knowledge of the ever-growing cyber threat, resulting in greater capability and effectiveness at mitigating the risk.
The 2015 DoD Cyber Strategy calls for expanding companies participating in information sharing programs such as the DIB CS/IA program. The program is open to cleared defense contractors that meet certain eligibility criteria. Because the DIB CS/IA program is built upon a strong trust relationship between DoD and Industry participants, DoD protects sensitive non-public information from unauthorized use and disclosure.
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DoD CIO honored the recipients of the 2015 DoD CIO Award for Cyber and IT Excellence in a ceremony at the Pentagon on December 1, 2015. Protecting the warfighter, securing government networks, and identifying millions of dollars in savings, are among some of the accomplishments of this year's winners. The 2015 winners of the DoD CIO Award were:
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