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Webinar: Game Changer: Operationalizing Cybersecurity

  • Room: Online
Wednesday, July 13, 2022: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM


Moderator (confirmed)
Diego Laje
Senior Reporter
SIGNAL Magazine
Panelist (confirmed)
Ali Mohammed
Senior Adviser, Cybersecurity Integration and Synchronization Directorate
Panelist (confirmed)
Leslie (Les) South
Risk Management Division Chief


Register to attend - The webinar will run live on July 13 and will remain available on demand through TechNet.

The Army Unified Network Plan (AUNP) addresses Army information technology and the network in a comprehensive approach to enable Multi-Domain Operations (MDO). The AUNP establishes five lines of effort (LOE), number three specifically being Security and Survivability—Commander’s Freedom of Action in Cyberspace. To support LOE 3, it was imperative to reform and operationalize cybersecurity processes and the way the Army manages risk. Operationalizing cybersecurity is being implemented through the Army’s Risk Management Framework (RMF) 2.0. 

Presenters will explain how RMF 2.0 shifts from a culture of compliance to a culture of defend and react by monitoring the current cybersecurity posture by focusing on the right controls versus all controls. 

They will show how the Army has set up the Army Cyber Risk Management Council (ACRMC) to look at high- and very high-risk systems and bring these decisions from current Authorizing Officials to Army


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