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U.S. Cyber Command
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Celebrating the Month of the Military Child
April 28, 2023
— Each year, during the month of April, the Department of Defense joins national, state and local government, schools, military serving organizations, companies and private citizens in celebrating...
Women Who Unknowingly Challenged the Future of Science, Technology, and Cyberspace
March 30, 2023
— Women Who Unknowingly Challenged the Future of Science, Technology, and Cyberspace...
2023 POSTURE STATEMENT OF GENERAL PAUL M. NAKASONE
March 7, 2023
— POSTURE STATEMENT OF GENERAL PAUL M. NAKASONE...
U.S. Cyber Command, DARPA Initiate Pilot Program
November 28, 2022
— The United States Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) and DARPA are kicking off a pilot program aimed at getting new cyber capabilities into the hands of cyber operators faster.Known as Constellation, the pilot...
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...
CYBER 101 - U.S. Cyber Command Mission
October 18, 2022
— The mission of U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) is to plan and execute global cyber operations, activities, and missions to defend and advance national interests in collaboration with domestic and international partners across the full spectrum of competition and conflict...
CYBERCOM executed global cyberspace defensive operation
October 17, 2022
— U.S. Cyber Command conducted a new defensive cyberspace operation concept from October 3-14, 2022...