May 24, 2019
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Jeff Brody

The Defense Information Systems Agency has transferred its security technology implementation and requirement guides to the cyber .mil website. DISA said Thursday that it’s moved over 350 security guides, a Windows 10 secure host baseline download, STIG viewer capabilities and security automation protocols to their website’s Department of Defense Cyber Exchange portal.

DISA noted that the portal is accessible to users with DoD-issued common access cards. In addition, DISA’s cyber standards branch unveiled an STIG collaboration portal that seeks to foster technology discussions between subject matter experts.

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