Army to look at beefing up security along Global Information Grid

Tuesday, 14 June 2005, 3:37 AM EST

The Joint Task Force for Global Network Operations will unveil a document next week that looks at improving the way users manage and defend the Global Information Grid, the Defense Department's classified and unclassified network.

The document, to be issued during a security conference at West Point, is titled "Net Force Maneuver: An Emerging NetOps Construct" and will examine numerous ways for the Army, DOD and vendors to enhance network operations across the department.

By Dawn S. Onley at GCN.

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