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AFRL Builds Platform for Security Data Consolidation and Sharing

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AFRL Builds Platform for Security Data Consolidation and Sharing

The Air Force Research Laboratory has created a platform to consolidate security-related data from multiple systems and users, reducing redundancy and data isolation.

The Security Enterprise Communication and User Reporting Environment features a suite of tools for security process reporting and developing customized workflows and analytic reports. 

A pilot test of the platform’s foreign travel and foreign contact monitoring module was performed in coordination with the U.S. Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa, during which SECURE eliminated manual data entry, simplifying processes to meet reporting requirements for employees with security clearances, AF .mil reported.

Lucas Wellman, who serves in the Air Force Materiel Command Information Protection team, explained that security communities have different missions and processes for generating and analyzing data, although much of the collected data is common among all. With SECURE, data can be shared among the communities, providing security professionals with access to a more holistic mission risk picture, he added.

Enoch May, a strategic adviser for integration and operations at the Air Force Research Laboratory, played a key role in the SECURE development. He said the platform’s goal is to enable security professionals to provide recommendations based on actual data trends.

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