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21st Communications Squadron
/ Published October 07, 2019
With a limited 10-day notice, the Defense Information Systems Agency may conduct a Command Cyber Readiness Inspection on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The first candidate window is late October 2019, but regardless of whether or not they select us, we have an operational imperative to ensure we operate our networks with discipline and to ensure their integrity and availability in today’s and tomorrow’s fight.
The CCRI is a U.S. Cyber Command inspection which will be focusing on the following:
The inspection is an equivalent to a unit effectiveness inspection of the base’s network and supporting security practices.
While the 21st Communications Squadron is the lead for our cyber preparedness, we will rely on all members of the 21st Space Wing and tenant units to assist.
So what can you do to ensure we are safeguarding our networks?
These actions directly correlate to the Peterson AFB cyberspace readiness policy.
While a CCRI only occurs approximately every 12 months our computer networks are always under attack by our adversaries and it is up to each of us to ensure we are doing our part in securing our networks.
Further questions regarding the CCRI or Peterson AFB cybersecurity can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.