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DoD Innovation Delays Culminating From the NIST CMVP Backlog

     For vendors offering capability to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the use of Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) validated cryptography can be a make or break feature within their products. Active FIPS certification for all product cryptographic modules is a key requirement for entry and continued listing on the DoD Information Network …

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Why You Should Stay Away from Extending IPv4 Solutions

As we approach the 10 year anniversary of World IPv6 Launch, a parallel effort attempting to extend IPv4 addressing is taking place – introducing a series of complex technical, political, and logistical issues. With all the success occurring with the ongoing migration to IPv6 (49% IPv6 adoption in North America according to Google), we recommend you …

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Designing toward a Zero Trust strategy

Earlier this year, DISA released the zero trust reference architecture for the DoD. Per President Biden’s Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity released this year, “the Federal Government must advance toward Zero Trust Architecture.” With motivations within the Federal Government and DoD to adopt zero trust, several of our clients have asked how zero …

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