As a designated Area of Operation (AO) with reporting responsibilities directly to the Joint Force Headquarters-DoD Information Networks (JFHQ-DODIN), the HPCMP employs Friendly Forces to conduct DODIN Ops and DCO-IDM functions across the DREN and SDREN cyber terrain. From an authorized Cybersecurity Service Provider (CSSP) to formal DODIN boundary assessments of public-facing systems and data, the HPCMP maintains Defensive Cyberspace Forces (DCF) to ensure high-speed, reliable, and secure connectivity for the RDT&E and AE communities.

HPCMP Security is responsible for the integration, synchronization, and de-confliction of cybersecurity activities across the DREN and SDREN cyber terrain. In close coordination with applicable AO Commander and Director's DCFs, the Security team enables timely information sharing of "Tier 1" Order countermeasures implementation and cyber incident/event data to/from Service Cyber Components, Agencies, and Field Activities (SCC/A/FAs) with a presence on the DREN and SDREN. With visibility across DODIN enterprise RDT&E networks, the HPCMP DCO functions are imperative in achieving shared situational awareness amongst SCC/A/AFs on the DREN, minimizing "seams" between AO boundaries, and providing the requisite visibility to the JFHQ-DODIN.

As an authorized DoD CSSP since 2006, the HPCMP delivers full-spectrum cybersecurity services to effectively protect and defend Program assets, as well as DREN- and SDREN-connected sites aligned to the HPCMP for CSSP coverage. The HPCMP employs cybersecurity capabilities strategically located across the enterprise, and purpose-built for the DREN and SDREN cyber terrain.

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