The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Director Scott Berrier concluded the 13th Annual Billington CyberSecurity Summit by discussing where the Federal agency is in terms of its intelligence supporting cyber warfighting, and where it needs to go.
Modernizing the military and intelligence community’s top-secret IT network, the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communication System (JWICS), is a top priority for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), said the agency’s chief information officer (CIO).
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has awarded General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) a fixed-price, award-fee $829 million contract to provide IT help desk services for the agency.
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has named Susan “Karen” Mumford as new head of contracting activity for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security. She was recently at the Office of Small Business Programs at DIA.
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) is looking to replace its current enterprise learning content management solution (LCMS) and is seeking industry feedback to develop a new LCMS, according to a request for information (RFI) posted to SAM.gov today.
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) awarded $12.6 billion to 144 contractors through its Solutions for Information Technology Enterprise (SITE III) acquisition contract, according to a March 2 Department of Defense announcement.
Army Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier became the 22nd director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) this week after the retirement of Lt. Gen. Robert P. Ashley Jr., and a change of command and retirement ceremony on Oct. 1 with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley presiding.
Jim Sullivan, defense intelligence officer (DIO) for cyber at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), emphasized the value of offensive operations in cyberspace to deter nation-state attackers during a panel discussion this week at the RSA security conference in San Francisco.
The Army is forging ahead with deployment of its Big Data Platform (BDP), a move that underscores the Department of Defense’s (DoD) plans for using open-source software, commercial technologies, and cloud services to get a grip on the data it collects from a wide range of sources.
The size of the digital universe will grow to 176 zettabytes by 2025 – leading to a future of machine learning. James Harris, CTO, Defense Intelligence Agency, and Jason Matheny, Director, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, joined Defense One on a live webcast on how the future of digital information will intersect with the future of intelligence collection and analysis.