Feb. 2, 2020
DOD to Require Cybersecurity Certification in Some Contract Bids
Logistics In Action: Article originally appeared on the Department of Defense website — By the end of September, the Defense Department will require at least some companies bidding on defense contracts to certify that they meet at least a basic level of cybersecurity standards.
Aug. 28, 2019
DLA Information Operations employee to complete DoD cybersecurity reskilling course
FORT BELVOIR, Virginia —
A Defense Logistics Agency Information Operations employee is completing the Federal Cybersecurity Reskilling Academy this month after being selected as part of the first group of Defense Department employees to participate.
Nov. 7, 2018
DLA partnering with university students to tackle supply-chain information security
A team of five students from the University of Virginia is using a semester-long class to study and propose a solution for improving supply-chain security for DLA.
Oct. 16, 2018
Agency software consolidation, cloud migration save costs, boost warfighter support
The effort to update, consolidate and standardize software across the Defense Logistics Agency, known as “application rationalization,” is helping the agency improve cybersecurity, lower costs and streamline its operating environments.
March 19, 2018
Alert employee thwarts cyber criminals, preventing diversion of major payment
DLA employees remain the first line of defense against fraud, including efforts to misroute government funds. Recently, a DLA Energy employee thwarted a fraudulent request to reroute a payment to a different bank.
Sept. 8, 2017
DLA Intelligence: Be wary of personal info on people-search websites
DLA Intelligence cautions employees and their families to be aware of websites that collect, retain and make available a variety of personal information.