How does the DoD protect its authentication infrastructure?

The Department of Defense operates some of the largest Active Directory (AD) infrastructures in the world. Some of them are dispersed across multiple forests while others are centralized. Like commercial organizations, the military relies heavily on AD to provide authentication to desktops, applications, collaboration sites and many other mission-critical resources.

The DoD Common Access Card (CAC) has added a layer of multifactor security to ensure that this AD authentication can be trusted. Since AD is, by far, the largest authenticator for the DoD, it is imperative that the administration of AD is vigilantly executed with unwavering commitment to policies.

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