Hacking for Defense
Using Silicon Valley Innovation to Fight the World’s Most Dangerous Security Threats- In Weeks Not Years
React to security dangers before they develop, with Lean advancement for guard
Hacking for Defense applies Lean advancement approach to issues of national security, giving a more fast, responsive model for tending to challenges in the military and insight advisory groups. From understanding the full profundity and broadness of the issue to rapidly delivering a base suitable item, this book gives a system to fast turnaround arrangements in view of Silicon Valley rehearses that put up new innovation for sale to the public inside weeks of origination. While fit is vital for national security arrangements, speed is not a long ways behind—permitting months to go being developed and creation permits the risk to advance past the capacities of the item; the examination here unions speed with development to help you address dangers with opportune exactness, while building up a model of advancement that reaches out past the security domain.
Conventional military ways to deal with innovation and protection are too moderate for now’s reality, where new difficulties emerge and develop before the principal board of trustees is ever called into session. This book gives a strong system to remaining in front of the tide by streamlining the procedure through and through, and building up the best-fit arrangement rapidly.
Completely get a handle on the issue to be understood—at a more profound level
Hand thoughts into arrangements over to a great degree brief timeframes
See all partners, issues, costs, assets, and that’s just the beginning
Create a springboard for other potential innovation arrangements
At the point when national security is in question, reaction time is basic—conventional strategies have demonstrated excessively slow for Silicon Valley, so why would it be a good idea for them to be “the same old thing” for the Department of Defense? Hacking for Defense gives a substitute guide from issue to arrangement, utilizing the quickest, most direct course.