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Army's cyber, space, SOF 'triad' seeks to complement nuclear triad with enhanced deterrence

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The Army's new "triad" is working to integrate cyber, space and special operations capabilities for the joint force.

The Army is creating a zero-trust program office

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The new office will not focus on acquisition but gaining better understanding over associated technologies to prioritize investments.

New Army intel unit having big impact on recently established 'triad'

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AUGUSTA, Ga. — Army Cyber Command’s new intelligence unit blending historical military intelligence activities with commercial data and public information is providing critical insights in a rapid manner to a newly established “triad” between the service’s cyber, missile defense and special operations organizations. Last week, the Army announced this new triad between Army Cyber Command, Army Space and Missile Defense Command and Army Special Operations Command, which aims to to…

Army adding more cyber teams

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AUGUSTA, Ga. — The Army will be building two more cyber mission force teams for U.S. Cyber Command this year, according to a top official. Lt. Gen. Maria Barrett, commander of Army Cyber Command, told an audience at the TechNet Augusta conference Wednesday that the service is dedicated to beefing up the force in support of geographic combatant commands’ missions and the priorities of the National Defense Strategy. Barrett also…

New leader takes over at Army Cyber Command

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Lt. Gen. Maria Barrett on Tuesday assumed command of Army Cyber Command in a ceremony at Fort Gordon, Georgia. Barrett takes over for Lt. Gen. Stephen Fogarty, who is retiring from the military. Barrett is the first woman to head ARCYBER, and she takes the reins at a pivotal time for the command and the Army writ large, as they look to transition and formalize the doctrine of information advantage.…

Fusing open-source and military intelligence is next big step in Army's transition to information advantage

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As the Army moves toward finalizing its new information advantage doctrine, its next major focus is better fusing open-source intelligence with the exquisite military sources it has traditionally relied upon, according to the service’s retiring top cyber commander. Defense of the network, which officials have called one of the Army’s foundational weapon systems, must be underpinned by good information, which must come from integrating traditional military intelligence and commercial intelligence,…

New Army unit will combine military intelligence with open source data on foreign adversaries

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The Army has created a new group that will blend historical military intelligence activities with commercial data and public information to support cyber operations, according to a spokesperson.   While designated under Intelligence and Security Command, the Cyber Military Intelligence Group (CMIG) will directly support requirements for Army Cyber Command and function under its operational control, according to an Army news article released in February. It will direct, synchronize and…