Tags U.S. Cyber Command
Rep. Langevin calls on DOD to improve cyber training for operators
Rep. Jim Langevin wants to ensure cyber warriors receive adequate training before facing real adversaries on day one.
Cyber Command, DARPA ink agreement to transition innovative technologies for operational use
The new agreement is meant to bridge the valley of death and get more cyber capabilities into operational use.
Key lawmakers in favor of keeping 'dual hat' arrangement between Cybercom and NSA
The current arrangement wherein one individual leads both U.S. Cyber Command and the NSA, was initially considered to be a temporary setup.
A new leader for a new office in OSD; Cyber Command’s cyber intel operations
OSD’s Danielle Metz; U.S. Cyber Command’s Col. Candice Frost.
Cybercom conducts wide-ranging global defensive operation
The operation was intended to search for malicious activity on the network and improve collaboration with partners.
Cyber Command is taking aim at artificial intelligence and machine learning
Cyber Command has recently put out an AI and ML survey to better understand its needs for applying them over the next five years.
US cyber teams prepped Eucom's networks for potential Russian attacks prior to Ukraine invasion
Prior to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Cyber Command sent cyber teams to European Command to harden networks against potential Russian intrusions.
Officials hope software factory for Air Force cyber operations squadron could be a retention and recruiting boon
The 90th Cyberspace Operations Squadron is opening up a facility in a corporate space in downtown San Antonio, moving outside the traditionally classified facilities.
Navy to create new cyber-specific occupational specialty, lawmaker says
To date, the Navy is the only service that does not have such an occupational specialty, or in Navy parlance, a "designator."