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United States Cyber Command Academic Engagement Network is excited to announce the 3rd annual Faculty Workshop, a unique opportunity for educators, researchers, students, public and private sectors in the
cybersecurity community, to engage with peers, share expertise, and learn from others in the field, enriching knowledge and fostering connections crucial for professional growth. This two-day hybrid event will be held at
the University of Maryland Carey School of Law located in Baltimore, MD 6-7 August from 0900 to 1600.

The Faculty Workshop e-invitation can be viewed by clicking the link below or copying and pasting the address into your web browser.

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The Cyber Operational Readiness Assessment helps strengthen the posture and resiliency of the Department of Defense Information Network (DODIN) by supporting DODIN Areas of Operation (DAO) commanders and directors in their efforts to harden their information systems, reduce the attack surface of their cyber terrain, and enhance a more proactive defense. These are the foundational cybersecurity principles measured by the CORA program.
JFHQ-DODIN to officially launch its new Cyber Operational Readiness Assessment Program March 1st
By | Feb. 28, 2024
Following a successful nine-month pilot, Joint Force Headquarters–Department of Defense Information Network (JFHQ-DODIN) will officially launch its Cyber Operational Readiness Assessment program March 1...

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CNMF commemorates decade Defending the Nation
By Cyber National Mission Force Public Affairs | Jan. 17, 2024
Ten years ago, on Jan. 17, 2014, the Cyber National Mission Force was activated as a subordinate unit to U.S. Cyber Command with a mission to plan, direct and synchronize cyberspace operations to deter, deny, and if...

Guardians from across the U.S. Space Force, Lt. Col. Chan Shin (left) assigned to Headquarters Space Force, Lt. Col. Erica Balfour (second to left) and Maj. Joseph Gunter (second to right) assigned to U.S. Space Operations Command, walk with U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Theresa Kopecky, 16th Air Force, U.S. Space Force liaison officer, to the 16th Air Force headquarters building at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, Nov. 15, 2023. 16th Air Force unifies mission support with Space Operations Command to grow readiness. Developing tactics and techniques with the information forces (Public Affairs, Information Operations forces, Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations elements, cyberspace forces) supports combat operations—a U.S. Cyber Command mission priority to maximize DoD's capabilities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Deirdre McNamara)
Integrating space into Information Warfare
By Capt. Dorothy Sherwood | Jan. 16, 2024
As the U.S. Air Force’s competition force, 16th Air Force (Air Forces CYBER) cultivates air and space superiority by integrating space into all warfighting functions to enhance integrated deterrence.This integration unifies...

U.S. Marine Corp Maj. Gen. Lorna Mahlock, commander, Cyber National Mission Force, addresses the audience during the CNMF change of command ceremony at U.S. Cyber Command, Jan. 5, 2024. Mahlock said she felt honored to be the next CNMF commander and that she is humbled by the opportunity to serve alongside the unit.
CNMF receives new commander
By | Jan. 5, 2024
During a change of command ceremony at U.S. Cyber Command Headquarters on Friday, January 5, 2024, U.S. Army Maj. Gen. William J. Hartman relinquished command of the Cyber National Mission Force to U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen...