The National Security Agency’s “Assurance Trophy” awarded to the winner of the Cyber Defense Exercise. The National Security Agency and Parsons teamed up to launch a four-day cyber defense exercise (CDX) at the company’s Columbia, Maryland office building and Service Academies (U.S. and Canadian). CDX is a computer security competition that was designed to foster education and awareness among future military leaders about the role of Information Assurance (IA) in protecting the nation’s critical information systems. Schools are assessed on their ability to maintain network services while dete

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The National Security Agency’s “Assurance Trophy” awarded to the winner of the Cyber Defense Exercise. The National Security Agency and Parsons teamed up to launch a four-day cyber defense exercise (CDX) at the company’s Columbia, Maryland office building and Service Academies (U.S. and Canadian). CDX is a computer security competition that was designed to foster education and awareness among future military leaders about the role of Information Assurance (IA) in protecting the nation’s critical information systems. Schools are assessed on their ability to maintain network services while dete
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The National Security Agency’s “Assurance Trophy” awarded to the winner of the Cyber Defense Exercise. The National Security Agency and Parsons teamed up to launch a four-day cyber defense exercise (CDX) at the company’s Columbia, Maryland office building and Service Academies (U.S. and Canadian). CDX is a computer security competition that was designed to foster education and awareness among future military leaders about the role of Information Assurance (IA) in protecting the nation’s critical information systems. Schools are assessed on their ability to maintain network services while detecting and responding to network security intrusions and compromises. (Department of Defense photo by Marvin Lynchard) 160413-D-FW736-001 by DoD News Photos