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New Senior Enlisted Leader joins U.S. Cyber Command and National Security Agency
September 25, 2020
— Fort George G. Meade, M.D. – Army Command Sgt. Maj. Sheryl D. Lyon Assumed responsibility as the newest Command Senior Enlisted Leader of U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency in a ceremony held here today.While the in-person Assumption of Responsibility ceremony had limited attendance due to local health guidelines, the ceremony was...
The Cutting Edge of Defense
September 10, 2020
— The cyberspace domain is one of the most critical areas of national defense. It is a field that requires the most highly trained, professional, and knowledgeable individuals available.USCYBERCOM has three main focus areas: Defending the Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN), providing support to combatant commanders for execution of...
US Cyber Command welcomes new deputy commander
September 3, 2020
— Air Force Maj. Gen. Charles “Tuna” Moore assumed responsibility as the deputy commander of U.S. Cyber Command, replacing Navy Vice Adm. Ross A. Myers, and was promoted to the rank of lieutenant general in a ceremony held here, Sept. 3, 2020.Army Gen. Paul M. Nakasone, commander of USCYBERCOM and director of the National Security Agency, presided...
Secretary Mark T. Esper Message to the Force on DOD Diversity and Inclusiveness
July 1, 2020
— (Released June 18, 2020)Today, Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper released a video address to members of the Department on diversity and inclusiveness. In his address, Secretary Esper announced three initiatives to build a better U.S. military that pursues equal opportunity and aspires to true meritocracy.“I recently shared with you my pride in...
During global pandemic, USCYBERCOM trains virtually to defend networks, protect nation
June 22, 2020
— For the first time in its history, U.S. Cyber Command is employing a new virtual training platform during a full-force exercise, conducted entirely online.The Persistent Cyber Training Environment is a Dept. of Defense cyber training platform, now hosting the largest virtual USCYBERCOM exercise to-date.“Critical infrastructure is vital to our...
Leadership lessons in rough seas
June 19, 2020
— U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Ross A. Myers, U.S. Cyber Command Deputy Commander, speaks during a virtual commissioning ceremony for some of the U.S. military’s newest officers at University of Kansas...
“Cyber 9-Line” Improves Cybersecurity and Enables Election Integrity
June 9, 2020
— When Dorchester County reported a ransomware attack on a majority of its servers this past January, Maryland turned to a program recently established by U.S. Cyber Command and the National Guard...
U.S. Cyber Command Celebrates 10 Years of Growth
May 21, 2020
— Today marks the 10th anniversary of U.S. Cyber Command. This video showcases a decade of defending the world's most complicated network...
Commander Discusses a Decade of DOD Cyber Power
May 21, 2020
— Ten years ago, U.S. Cyber Command passed its first milestone: the ability to conduct cyberspace operations as the new sub-unified combatant command. While the command's mission has evolved over the last decade, defense of the nation in cyberspace remains just as important, if not more, than ever before."The initial vision for Cyber Command focused...
A Special Message from Maryland Governor Larry Hogan
April 2, 2020
— Maryland Governor Larry Hogan addresses the U.S. Cyber Command and NSA workforce on the importance of their work during the COVID-19 global pandemic...