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DoD’s Cyber Innovation and Private Sector Partnership Framework. Objective. Accelerate DoD’s ability to consume and provide innovation to improve its cyber security Leveraging & Improving Classic Acquisition Models Operating at the Speed of Innovation in the World of Cyber.

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objective
Objective

Accelerate DoD’s ability to consume and provide innovation to improve its cyber security

  • Leveraging & Improving Classic Acquisition Models
  • Operating at the Speed of Innovation in the World of Cyber
slide3

DoD Lines of Operation

Long-Term Approach:

The DOD Innovation Framework

Identify Innovation

Connect Innovation to Opportunity

3. Conduct Pilots to Cultivate Cyber Innovation/Disseminate Advanced Cyber Defense Practices

4. Find the Next Cyber Wave

slide4

DoD Lines of Operation

FY 2012/3Activities

  • FY 2012 Lines of Operation
  • Catalogue existing programs and activities to include appropriate connection to those in other Federal agencies such as DHS
  • Refine DOD innovation requirements definition (i.e. establish the Cyber Bucket List)
  • Develop framework for coordinating efforts within DOD and with partners
  • Utilize outreach activities to link to Service/Agency program offices and S&T activities
  • Conduct cyber pilots
  • FY 13 Lines of Operation:
  • Leverage Cyber Legislation/Regulation with a focus on DFAR
  • Establish Innovation Program Metrics
  • Deeper participation by the full Cyber Community of Interest with a focus on Service acquisition and S&T efforts

Unclassified

slide5

Why are you here?

(i.e. what is your Strategy)

Situation 1

The Experienced Government Vendor

Focus on injecting innovation

through the normal process

  • Notional Buckets
  • Situational Awareness
  • Mobility
  • PKI
  • LE/CI/DCO
  • Exploit
  • Attack
  • Hardware
  • https://www.fbo.gov/
  • The Center of Gravity

Situation 2

The Small Innovators

Enable them to play if they care about USG business

  • What is your Product or Service and is it holistic or a Piece Part?
  • Tied to GSA Announcement?
  • Y
  • N
  • Holistic Strategy
  • Piece Part Strategy
  • Is it tied to legislation?
  • GSA
  • You have no clue
  • Set Aside
  • Y
  • N
  • Build Value and Sell
  • Build Value and Hold
  • Which bucket does it fit under?
  • Sub to a Major
  • Monitor Legislation
  • GFE to a Major

Our focus is the Innovators

slide6

What is your Strategy?

Basic Stuff You Need to Know about Your Product or Service

Why do you want to do business with the USG?

How is your non-USG business going?

What bucket does your Product or Service fit in (and is it holistic or a piece part)?

What specific examples of deployments do you have?

What is your gross revenue?

Who has similar products/services?

slide7

What is DoD looking for?

Notional Concept of Cyber Buckets by operational areas

slide8

What is DoD looking for?

Notional Concept of Cyber Buckets by functional areas

Secure Configuration Management

Continuous Monitoring

Host Based Security Systems

Cyber Security Inspection Programs

Enterprise AV

DoD/Fed DMZ

USG Configuration Baseline

Insider Threat Detection

COP/SA

IA Training/Workforce Management

Use these buckets to your product/service

current dod cyber pilots
Current DOD Cyber Pilots
  • Non-signature based perimeter defenses
  • Non-signature based endpoint defense
  • Enclave security policy
  • Secure and Resilient Cloud
  • Mobility and Identity in an unmanaged endpoint environment
  • Persistent cryptographic tagging for data loss prevention
observations and sequels

Observations and Sequels

Extremely diverse corporate cultures and processes among large and small companies seeking to provide DOD innovation

Incredible drive/passion of innovators &academics in cyber security

Very large R&D spend/corporate reserves in US IT focused industry – DOD needs to leverage this investment

Market share and focus devoted to USG on average is very small

Possible bi-lat/multi-lateral CRADAs (Cooperative Research and Development Agreements)?

Develop USG inter-agency partnerships with Silicon Valley (DHS/DNI/In-Q-Tel)

Ensure coordination for new/renewed DOD innovation efforts