IP Theft & the Defence Enterprise: A U.S. DOD Case Study



Marcus Kenny
11/05/2019

General Nakasone

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Katie Arrington, Chief Information Security Officer of the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, spoke to reporters in October 2019 about the new cybersecurity guidelines being drawn up for U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) contractors. Ms Arrington explained that the increasing threat of IP theft required a “change of culture” in the defence acquisition community, but admitted that the process is “going to take time, it’s going to be painful, and it’s going to cost money.” 

This report, led by Marcus Kenny, who worked with DOD intelligence and acquisition communities on their cybersecurity strategy, examines the IP protection paradigm and offers guidance to government, academia and industry as to how inter and intra-agency culture, business practice and software can adapt to threats in the Information Age and safeguard data more effectively.

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Hannah Croft
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Defence iQ

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