Solutions for Mission Success: New Approaches to Weapon System Cybersecurity
Key takeaways from the latest Foreign Policy Defense and National Security Roundtable
True cybersecurity in weapon systems requires new ways of thinking, ranging from looking at cybersecurity through a mission lens, to using a common language, to building a pipeline of cyber talent and expertise.
Those were just a few of the important insights that emerged at the recent roundtable on cybersecurity for weapon systems, convened by Foreign Policy in partnership with Booz Allen Hamilton as part of their Defense and National Security Roundtable Series.
Participants in the roundtable included senior leaders in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), representatives of the Joint Staff, the Services, the U.S. Cyber Command and a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC), as well as senior leaders at Booz Allen. Read the full report here.
To learn more, download Booz Allen Hamilton’s thought piece “Managing Cyber Risk and Building Cyber Resilience in Weapon Systems” here.