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Modern militaries rely heavily on computer networks and they have become a part of the critical infrastructure that must be protected. Computer networks, both military and non-military, are constantly being attacked and data about new vulnerabilities and attacks must be analyzed and processed at a speed that enables timely mitigation. The ARMOUR Technology Demonstration Project (TDP) is a five-year activity that will demonstrate automated Computer Network Defence (CND) capabilities based on the Observe, Orient, Decide and Act (OODA) decision process. We present the ARMOUR TDP Concept of Operations and Architecture, and promote an open source integration framework for collaborative development.