U.S. Army Deploys Application Security Regimen for its Munitions System

U.S. Army Deploys Application Security Regimen for its Munitions System The Total Ammunition Management Information System (TAMIS) is the U.S. Army application that manages conventional munitions for wartime, training and testing operations across the U.S. Armed Forces. The objective of TAMIS is to improve munitions governance as well as to provide military personnel with essential analytical tools that enable a trained and ready armed force.

TAMIS handles approximately 350,000 ammunition transactions per month, supporting more than 7,000 authorized personnel who request, approve and manage munitions. The web-enabled system calculates combat load requirements, validates and routes electronic requests, collects expenditures, and prepares forecasts.

More than 50,000 munitions reports are generated each month on the nearly $3 billion in conventional ammunition authorizations managed each year.

Download this case study to understand how the Army:

  • Established a development life cycle approach to software security
  • Enhanced the system's security posture against cyber attacks
  • Progressed from a "checklist mentality" to application security toward a more holistic approach to risk management

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