The DOD soon plans to expand its Defense Industrial Base (DIB) experimental program--which currently has 20 participants--to the remainder of the industry base, as well as "key areas of critical infrastructure," deputy secretary of defense William J. Lynn told attendees Tuesday at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Customer and Industry Forum in Baltimore.
The DOD launched the program, in which the agencies also work with defense contractors to use the threat information in a practical way to stabilize their networks, in June.
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