The purpose of this strategy is to guide the development of DoD's cyber forces and strengthen our cyber defense and cyber deterrence posture. It focuses on building cyber capabilities and organizations for DoD's three primary cyber missions.
Defend DoD networks, systems, and information
Defend the U.S. homeland and U.S. national interests against cyberattacks of significant consequence
Provide cyber support to military operational and contingency plans
Defend the United States and its interests against cyberattacks of significant consequence.
Defend priority DoD networks and systems against priority threats.
Provide support to Combatant Commands by generating integrated cyberspace effects in support of operational plans and contingency operations.
Provide analytic and planning support to the National Mission and Combat Mission teams.
As threats in cyberspace constantly evolve, the United States is facing adversaries that are increasingly sophisticated, capable and emboldened in that domain, top defense officials told lawmakers.
Two students at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, have created a way to bridge a training gap in U.S. military cyber operations -- through a game. Story
The fiscal year 2018 budget will allow the Marine Corps to accelerate its modernization efforts in aviation and increase the number of Marines in the cyber and information warfare sectors, Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Robert B. Neller said. Story
The commander of U.S. Army Cyber Command shared his views on safeguarding the nation's secrets and capabilities with senators considering his nomination to be the next director of the National Security Agency. Story
"The challenges [in cyberspace] are so broad...it is going to take a true partnership between the private sector, the government and academia to address [them]."
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