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U.S. Cyber Command Recruiters at Fort George G. Meade Community Job Fair
May 6, 2022
— After two years of virtual engagements, U.S. Cyber Command recruiters are excited to meet candidates in-person at the upcoming Fort Meade Job Fair on May 11 at Club Meade from 10 am – 2 pm. With over...
Texas A&M student team present research findings on cyber challenges to USCYBERCOM
May 5, 2022
— On April 28, five second year graduate students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University provided their Spring 2022 Capstone out-brief to senior U.S. Cyber Command...
U.S. conducts first Hunt Forward Operation in Lithuania
May 4, 2022
— At the invitation of the Lithuanian government, U.S. Cyber Command’s Cyber National Mission Force deployed a hunt forward team to conduct defensive cyber operations alongside partner cyber forces, concluding in May. For three months, the U.S. cyber operators hunted for malicious cyber activity on key Lithuanian national defense systems and Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ networks alongside its allies. This was the first shared defensive cyber operation between Lithuanian cyber forces and CNMF in their country. ...
Guard, Reserve Component Summit exemplifies ‘Cyber Is a Team Sport’
April 22, 2022
— Senior leaders from around the U.S. Cyber Command enterprise attended a summit on April 19 at the command’s headquarters to discuss the future of cyber operations, evolving capabilities, and deeper...
Posture statement of Gen. Paul M. Nakasone, commander, U.S. Cyber Command before the 117th Congress
April 5, 2022
— Gen. Paul M. Nakasone, commander, U.S. Cyber Command, on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 will testify in front of the Senate Committee on Armed Services and the House Committee on Armed Services, Cyber, Innovative Technologies, and Information Systems Subcommittees...
Cyber Command Seeking World-Class Talent
April 1, 2022
— The threats against the nation's infrastructure and cyber networks are asymmetrical, persistent, and ever-evolving. Mission: The Commander, CYBERCOM, has the mission to direct, synchronize, and...
Iranian Government-Sponsored Actors Conduct Cyber Operations Against Global Government and Commercial Networks
February 24, 2022
— Summary Actions to Take Today to Protect Against Malicious Activity Search for indicators of compromise. Use antivirus software. Patch all...
Iranian intel cyber suite of malware uses open source tools
January 12, 2022
— To better enable defense against malicious cyber actors, U.S. Cyber Command’s Cyber National Mission Force has identified and disclosed multiple open-source tools that Iranian intelligence actors are using in networks around the world...
CYBERCOM Announces Academic Engagement Network Partners
January 5, 2022
— U.S. Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) will officially announce its newest Academic Engagement Network (AEN) college and university partners from 34 states and the District of Columbia this week...
2021: A Year in Review
December 29, 2021
— Here are some of U.S. Cyber Command’s (CYBERCOM) impactful moments of 2021: In the last year, the cyber security community has encountered new challenges and worked to adapt and respond in innovative ways. Ransomware is no longer considered just criminal activity, but a threat to National defense and infrastructure; deterrence is conducted across multiple domains simultaneously; and the value of partnerships in cyber defense across nations is reasserted again and again...