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Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) 2011 TECH MATCH. 28 April 2011 Christopher Newborn Acquisition Manager, PMW 130 christopher.newborn@navy.mil.

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Program Executive Office

Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I)

2011 TECH MATCH

28 April 2011

Christopher Newborn

Acquisition Manager, PMW 130

christopher.newborn@navy.mil

Statement D: Distribution authorized to Department of Defense (DOD) and U. S. DOD contractors only due to critical technology content (April 2011). Other requests must be referred to PEO C4I, Information Assurance and Cyber Security (PMW 130).

information assurance cyber security pmw 130
Information Assurance & Cyber Security (PMW 130)

Program Manager: Kevin McNally

Email: kevin.mcnally@navy.mil

Deputy PM: CAPT Don Harder

Email: donald.harder@navy.mil

Active programs and projects

  • 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

PMW 130 collaborates with FLTCYBERCOM, 10th Fleet, NCF, NNWC, and NCDOC

UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

why cyber matters
Why Cyber Matters?

"If the nation went to war today in a cyber war, we would lose.”

- Admiral Mike McConnell (retired), 23 Feb 2010

  • Over 2.08 billion Internet users (420M in China) – UN International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
  • DOD makes 1 billion+ Internet connections daily, passing 40TBs of data –RADM Edward H. Deets, III
  • DOD Networks scanned and probed 6M times/day – USCYBERCOM
  • 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

“The next battle is in the information domain, and the first shots have already been fired.”- Admiral Gary Roughead, CNO

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mcafee threat summary
McAfee Threat Summary

Adobe products still

the top target

New stats:

  • 20 Million new malware in 2010
  • ~55,000 new malwares/day (new record)
  • Growth in sites hosting malware
  • Number of new mobile malware in 2010 increased by 46 percent over 2009

Malware growth since Jan 09

Source: McAfee Threats Report Q4 2010

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symantec expansion of tool kits
SymantecExpansion of Tool Kits

61% of threat activity on malicious websites is toolkit specific

Source: Symantec Intelligence Quarterly (April-June 2010)

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successful sbir initiative
Successful SBIR Initiative

Small Business Initiative Requirement (SBIR) Status

  • • PROMIA, Inc – San Francisco, CA
  • Raven (IASM) is a Navy Program of Record
  • • $7M Phase III Awarded FY 2001 for Shore-Based sites
  • • Successful Demonstrated during Navy Trident Warrior exercises
  • • Currently deployed at IT-21 NOCs and ONE-NET sites worldwide
  • • $6.6M Phase III Awarded FY 2008/2009 for Shipboard deployments

Innovative Ideas

• Combines network operation status, security alert management and incident prevention

• 3D navigation to “fly through” your networks

• User defined operating picture (UDOP) with visual cues for operating and incident status

• Aggregates normalized heterogeneous alerts for analytic engine processing

• Real-time black list and white list processing

• Hierarchical deployment fits organizational and network connectivity requirements

potential small business opportunities
Potential Small Business Opportunities
  • FM support services in support of PMW 130 and PMW 160
    • N00024-11-R-3275
    • Base plus 4 option years
    • Incumbent: INDUS Technology
    • Closing date is 20 May 2011
cyber challenges
Cyber Challenges
  • Changing/technology threat
    • Speed to capability - reaction to emerging threats
    • Emerging defense technologies
      • Dynamic vs. Static
      • Anomaly detection vs. signature based
      • Correlation and Analysis of sensor data
      • Web security, Social Networks
      • Web enabled applications/application

security

    • Advanced Persistent Threat
    • Wireless/handheld devices
    • Advanced spear phishing

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pmw 130 industry day
PMW 130 Industry Day
  • Occurs Bi-monthly
    • Give vendors an opportunity to describe their technologies and/or products
    • Understand PEO/PM Cyber Security mission and goals
    • Discuss technology roadmaps and fielding plans
    • Establishes a forum for questions/answers
    • The next scheduled event is Summer 2011
    • Event coordinator is Carol Cooper: cooper_carolyn@bah.com
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We get IT.

We also integrate it, install it and

support it. For today and tomorrow.

Visit us at www.peoc4i.navy.mil