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PMW 130 Overview for 8 th Annual Security Summit. 22 March 2011 Kevin McNally Program Manager PMW 130 858-537-0682 Kevin.mcnally@navy.mil. New Era in Collaboration. Conficker Spreading. United Kingdom Ministry of Defense: Reported infection of over 800 computers. 15 Jan 09:

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PMW 130 Overview for

8th Annual Security Summit

22 March 2011

Kevin McNally

Program Manager PMW 130

858-537-0682

Kevin.mcnally@navy.mil

conficker spreading
Conficker Spreading

United Kingdom

Ministry of Defense:

Reported infection of

over 800 computers

15 Jan 09:

French Navy infected,

forcing aircraft at

several airbases to be

grounded

2 Feb 09:

Federal Republic of

Germany reported 100

computers infected

Feb 09:

Manchester City Council’s

IT system case caused an

estimated L1.5m. Believed

to be due to flash drives

24 March 09:

British Director of

Parliamentary ICT

Informed users of the

House of Commons

were infected

Jan 10:

Greater Manchester

Police were disconnected

from Police National

Computer for three days

why do we need to collaborate
Why Do We Need to Collaborate?

Because we are all interconnected,

one compromised network can compromise us all.

Over 1.97 billion Internet users (420M in China)

DoD makes 1 billion+ Internet connections daily, passing 40TBs of data

DoD Networks scanned and probed 6M times/day - USCYBERCOM

25M new strains of viruses last year, compared to a combined total of 15 million throughout the last 20 years – Panda Security Annual Report

Several years ago, zero countries armed for cyber warfare, today 20+ countries – Dr. Eric Cole, McAfee

Stuxnet – Most advanced Cyber Weapon ever seen – CEO McAfee

Zeus, aka Zbot, a toolkit to build your own trojan horse, can be purchased for $3000

information assurance cyber security pmw 130
Information Assurance & Cyber Security (PMW 130)
  • Computer Network Defense (CND) – ACAT IVT
  • EKMS/KMI - Component of NSA – ACAT IAM
  • PKI - Component of DISA – ACAT IAM
  • Cryptography (modernization; legacy)
    • Navy, USMC, USCG, MSC
  • Radiant Mercury (RM) – Cross Domain Solution
  • Tactical Key Loader (TKL) – USMC and SPECOPS
  • Information Assurance (IA) Services
cyber defense and the navy what lies ahead
Cyber Defense and the NavyWhat Lies Ahead
  • Speed to capability - reaction to emerging threats
  • Collaboration with IC and NGOs on threats
  • Identifying network anomalies & behaviors
  • Moving from reactive to predictive
  • Advanced Persistent Threat
  • Data loss prevention
  • Cloud Security
  • Wireless/handheld devices
  • Advanced spear phishing
  • Web security, Social Networks
  • Web enabled applications/application security
  • Correlation and Analysis of sensor data

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future collaboration
Future Collaboration
  • Collaboration is vital to our future
  • Welcome collaboration across government, commercial, academia and other stakeholders
  • PMW 130 Government/Industry Exchange
    • An opportunity for industry to present products they feel may be of interest to PMW 130
    • Attendees include PMW 130 senior leadership, SPAWAR and PEO C4I invitees, and other PMW 130 personnel (Assistant Program Managers, engineers, etc.)
    • Held once a month
    • 50 minutes, including Q&A
    • Please contact Carol Cooper at Cooper_carolyn@bah.com
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We get IT.

We also integrate it, install it and

support it. For today and tomorrow.