What is DoD in cyber security?
(DOD) A category of “fires” employed for offensive purposes in which actions are taken through the use of computer networks to disrupt, deny, degrade, manipulate, or destroy information resident in the target information system or computer networks, or the systems/networks themselves.
What is a REDD report?
Re-Enlistment Eligibility Data Display (REDD) provides branch and dates of service, type of discharge and reason for separation information on service members from all service branches, including USCG who separated after 1973.
How can I check if my military status is active?
Please use the Defense Manpower Data Center’s (DMDC) Military Verification service to verify if someone is in the military. The website will tell you if the person is currently serving in the military. The site is available 24-hours a day.
What is the purpose of milSuite?
PURPOSE: The purpose of milSuite is to provide a collection of social business tools for Department of Defense (DoD) personnel (Common Access Card (CAC) enabled approved) that facilitates professional networking, learning, and innovation through knowledge sharing and collaboration.
Why does security matter to DoD?
Defend DoD networks, systems, and information. Defend the U.S. homeland and U.S. national interests against cyberattacks of significant consequence. Provide cyber support to military operational and contingency plans.
What does re code ZZ mean?
The ZZ just means that no data was input on your Separation Program Designator Code in DMDC.
How do I get my Redd report?
The Reenlistment Eligibility Data Display (REDD) site will be redirected to https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/mris/enter on 1 March 2016. Recruiters with access to REDD reports will obtain them via the REDD application in the new information suite.
What is DoD person search?
Purpose: DoD Person Search(DPS) is a web-based application that interfaces with the Authenticated Data Repository (ADR). It can be used for researching and viewing information on personnel and/or dependents.
What is milSuite army?
MilSuite is a collection of online tools that promote workforce collaboration and secure information-sharing behind the Department of Defense firewall. U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) has used milWiki to promote online collaboration of Army field manuals.
How do I get milSuite?
milSuite is available to U.S. Military, DoD government civilians and DoD contractors for Government authorized use. Access to milSuite requires a valid DoD Common Access Card (CAC) and up-to-date DoD certificates. Check the DoD Cyber Exchange for general certificate issues.
How much will DoD collaboration services Save you a year?
(DoD photo by Thomas L. Burton/Released) The Defense Information Systems Agency expects to save at least $12 million a year with the rollout of its new Defense Collaboration Services, an online tool for secure collaboration between Defense Department users.
How much does Disa’s DCO cost?
Alfred Rivera, director of DISA’s business and development center, pegged DCO costs at approximately $40 million with current usage. DCS is based on open-source software and is operated through milCloud, DISA’s internal cloud service.
What is defense connect online (DCO)?
DISA’s Defense Connect Online (DCO) is a core solution for the DoD that blends the DCO XMPP chat client (aka ‘Jabber’) with Adobe Connect for web conferencing. DCO is free to all DoD personnel, available on NIPRNet & SIPRNet, and accessible from work or home.
What happened to DCs at Disa?
DCS is a follow-on to Defense Connect Online, which DISA officials said had reached the end of its contract and had become too expensive to operate. With the end of the existing DCO contract, “the agency had to do something. We looked at an analysis of alternatives,” Karl Kurz, DISA program manager for DCS, told reporters on a Feb. 9 call.