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U.S. and Allies Identify and Expose Russian Intelligence-Gathering “Snake” Malware
May 9, 2023
— U.S. and Allies Identify and Expose Russian Intelligence-Gathering “Snake” Malware...
2023 POSTURE STATEMENT OF GENERAL PAUL M. NAKASONE
March 7, 2023
— POSTURE STATEMENT OF GENERAL PAUL M. NAKASONE...
U.S. Cyber Command 2022 Year in Review
December 30, 2022
— U.S. Cyber Command 2022 Year in Review...
CYBER 101: US Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER)
November 30, 2022
— When it comes to conducting large-scale combat operations and putting boots on the ground, the United States Army reigns supreme. These operations depend on modern information networks and secure...
CYBER 101 – Cyber Mission Force
November 1, 2022
— The Cyber Mission Force (CMF) is U.S. Cyber Command’s (USCYBERCOM) action arm. CMF teams execute the command’s mission to direct, synchronize and coordinate cyberspace operations in defense of U.S. national interests. Members of the CMF work to ensure commanders across the Joint Force can operate freely in the cyber domain and accomplish their assigned missions...
CYBER 101 - Defend Forward and Persistent Engagement
October 25, 2022
— Cyberspace is not governed by a central body, but by numerous government and non-governmental organizations across the globe. The cyber domain is not naturally occurring and is wholly dependent upon owned or leased technology on both government and commercial infrastructure providers for its existence and operation. Due to the ever-evolving technological aspects of the information environment, adversaries are continuously looking to disrupt and degrade the integrity of U.S. information networks and those of its allies and partners...
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...
Hunt Forward Estonia: Estonia, US strengthen partnership in cyber domain with joint operation
December 3, 2020
— Estonian and U.S. cyber commands jointly conducted a defensive cyber-operation on Estonian Defence Forces’ networks from September 23 to November 6. The operation, designed to counter malicious cyber...
US, Montenegro work together to defend against malicious cyber actors
October 30, 2019
— For the second year in a row, at the invitation of the Montenegrin Government, an elite cyber team of U.S. service members is working alongside Montenegrin cyber defenders to counter malicious cyber actors on critical networks and platforms. Along with U.S. European Command, the U.S. Cyber Command team’s operations are part of U.S. efforts to persistently engage adversaries in cyberspace, working to protect critical infrastructure alongside valued partners and allies. These defense operations also generate insights into adversarial cyber threats to the upcoming U.S. and Montenegrin elections in 2020. ...