U.S. Coast Guard Chief Warrant Officer DeAnna Melleby, Information Systems Security Officer for the Coast Guard Command, Control, Communication and Information Technology unit at Coast Guard Base Boston, peers through a space in a server April 20, 2017. Melleby and her team have a number countermeasures they use to keep the Coast Guard computer network secure, including a 'sniffer' program that identifies when USBs or cell phones are plugged into the system. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Andrew Barresi)

Coast Guard modernization and the cloud

The Coast Guard C5I Resource Council recently approved funding for network improvements and office applications. As a result, the Coast Guard will be improving unit network connections and migrating Microsoft services to a hybrid cloud for many applications.


CG Cyberspace Workforce Spotlight Q+A: Russell Barnes

This cyberspace workforce spotlight looks at the role of the C4IT Service Center and the ways the team provides depot-level information technology support for all Coast Guard mission requirements.


OSMS and YOU: Coast Guard C4IT

Every Coast Guard operation and support function depends on the effectiveness and reliability of our electronic systems and the communications networks that link them together…