Protect your Program's Secrets
By Nicole Horgan, Anti-Tamper Program Office
/ Published October 28, 2019
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The Department of Defense (DoD) Anti-Tamper (AT) Executive Agent is inviting acquisition professionals to explore DoD’s new CaC-enabled website:https://at.dod.mil.
The new site features a streamlined, modern design, improved functionality, and easy access to essential information to help acquisition professionals make well-informed decisions about their program’s AT requirements.
This comprehensive website combines all AT offerings and resources in one site, including: DoD Policy, Service-specific Policy, AT Technology Development, AT Assessments, and Education and Training.
"We are thrilled to debut our new Anti-Tamper website to our Government and Industry partners, and especially those who are looking to understand the breadth of Anti-Tamper processes and services," said Kevin Kirk, the DoD AT Executive Agent in the office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics. "This website redesign truly ties together all of the Services, plus the Missile Defense Agency and United States Special Operations Command, in one place and allows each visitor to access our robust repository of information, educational offerings, and AT policy."
The website will be updated on a regular basis with courses and outreach opportunities. Those new to AT and AT experts alike are encouraged to explore the website and also register for the Anti-Tamper quarterly newsletter at https://at.dod.mil.
The website is maintained by the AT Executive Agent Program Office, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Directorate of Program Development and Integration, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.
What is Anti-Tamper?
Anti-Tamper (AT) encompasses the systems engineering activities intended to prevent and/or delay exploitation of Critical Program Information (CPI) in US weapons systems. These activities involve the entire life cycle of systems acquisition, including research, design, development, implementation and testing of AT measures. Properly employed, AT adds significant longevity to CPI by deterring efforts to reverse-engineer, exploit, or develop countermeasures against a system or system component.