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DLA Looks to Reduce Cyber Risks by Slashing Application Footprint

The Defense Logistics Agency plans to have only a handful of independent applications for its supply chain management efforts to reduce cyber vulnerabilities.

“This is one of those areas that truly a concern: How do we mitigate any potential corruptions to our supply chain,” said DLA Director Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams at the Association of the United States Army’s land warfare morning event May 31.

“I think we’re all very, very concerned about what cyber can do to all of our information systems and how that can impact the flow of supplies and logistics.”

Read more at FCW.

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