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11/23/2022
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The Pentagon released its final strategy for departmentwide adoption of zero trust. The Air Force looks to quantum-proof its networks in a new deal. And people connected to the U.S. military were involved in a covert campaign to push pro-U.S. messaging on social media. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Nov. 23, 2022.

DOD will be checking agencies' budgets to track implementation of new zero-trust strategy

The Pentagon publicly released its zero-trust strategy and reference architecture on Tuesday. As part of that approach, the department will be holding organizations accountable to ensure they meet the deadline for achieving a zero-trust architecture, according to senior officials. Mark Pomerleau has the news.


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Air Force selects SandboxAQ, an Alphabet spinoff, to help quantum-proof its networks

The Department of the Air Force has tapped Alphabet spinoff SandboxAQ to analyze its existing encryption capabilities and broadly investigate how the Air and Space Forces’ data networks can be better protected against potential quantum attacks of the future. Brandi Vincent has the story.


Meta confirms U.S. military involvement in sprawling phony social media operation

People associated with the U.S. military were behind dozens of phony Facebook accounts, more than a dozen pages, a pair of groups and 26 Instagram accounts that pushed pro-U.S. messaging while attempting to hide their real identities, Facebook’s parent company Meta said in a report published Tuesday. CyberScoop's AJ Vicens has more.


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