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FCW : May 15, 2015
Joint Bas Joint Bas Base San Antonio, a sprawling complex shared by the Army and Air Force, has been a testing ground f Joint Base San Antonio, a sprawling complex shared by the Army and Air Force, has been a testing ground for a signature piece of the Defense Department’s IT modernization plans. But the Air Force component of the base is lagging behind the Army in implementing the Joint Regional Security Stacks project and missing out on its security benefits, according to Air Force Lt. Col. Timothy Kneeland, commander of the base’s 502nd Communications Squadron. The Air Force at JBSA “has not moved as aggressively to utilize the JRSS and all the capabilities within it” as the Army has, he told FCW. “That’s something I seek to do,” he added, because the stacks will enable interoperability at the base. 20 May 15, 2015 FCW.COM The 502nd Communications Squad- ron is charged with facilitating communication across the constellation of facilities that make up JBSA. The squadron serves 84,000 customers annually, according to Kneeland. JRSS is a collection of servers, switches and software tools meant to give DOD network operators a clearer view of network traffic. By sending that traffic to the cloud for analysis, the stacks can help operators quickly respond to network threats by, for example, opening certain ports or blocking a given IP address. DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen has touted the stacks as the cornerstone of a larger departmentwide initiative known as the Joint Information Environment, which seeks to standard- ize and consolidate IT networks for better security. A test of JRSS last year revealed a solid architecture and showed that “we had the capacity size right, [but] we needed to do some fine-tuning of the software sets and tools,” Halvorsen told reporters in December. JRSS is being deployed at more than 20 military sites around the world. Installation is complete in Europe, and the stacks reached initial operating capability at JBSA in September. According to Kneeland, however, the Air Force is flowing traffic only through the outer boundary of the stack. His goal is to run network traffic through each layer of the stack and fully use the analytics and security
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