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U.S. Cyber Command

A sign for the National Security Agency (NSA), US Cyber Command and Central Security Service, is seen near the visitor’s entrance to the headquarters of the National Security Agency (NSA) at Fort Meade, Maryland, February 14, 2018. (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

Army assumes support agent role for US Cyber Command

Around 350 civilians are transferring from the Air Force to the Army supporting U.S. Cyber Command.
Cyber warfare operators assigned to the 275th Cyber Operations Squadron of the 175th Cyberspace Operations Group of the Maryland Air National Guard configure a threat intelligence feed for daily watch in the Hunter’s Den at Warfield Air National Guard Base, Middle River, Md., Dec. 2, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo by J.M. Eddins Jr.)

‘Measure twice, cut once’ — Gen. Allvin takes cautious approach to changing Air Forces Cyber

The Air Force may separate some ISR entities from its cyber command as part of sweeping organizational changes to the entire force.
Staff Sgt. Tullis Moore a cyber operator with 175th Cyber Operations, Maryland Air National Guard monitors cyber attacks during Exercise Southern Strike at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, April 21, 2023. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Renee Seruntine)

DOD using Army tool to fulfill directive under AI executive order

Panoptic Junction was chosen to pilot artificial intelligence capabilities for remediation of vulnerabilities in critical systems.
This photograph taken in Kyiv on February 26, 2024 shows a laptop screen with a webpage of the IT Army of Ukraine group of volunteer hackers. The IT Army of Ukraine first set up in the wake of Russia’s devastating attack, and has since hugely grown in importance. It is one of a flurry of hacker groups that have flourished in wartime, countering Russia from behind their screens and operating in a legal grey area. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV/AFP via Getty Images)

Cybercom chief warns against taking lessons too early from Russia-Ukraine conflict

As the Russia-Ukraine conflict has evolved, the U.S. should be careful of taking cyber lessons from the early days of the war, Gen. Timothy Haugh said.
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Capt. Ryan Baity, (left) 33d Cyberspace Operations Squadron exercise lead, discusses cyber defense with 1st Lt. Tricia Dang, 834th COS mission element lead and Justin Connelley, 834th COS host analyst, during Cyber Coalition 2023, Joint Base San Antonio, Lackland, Nov. 30, 2023. Sixteenth Air Force was the lead representative for the U.S. at the global exercise that included NATO key allies and partners sharing and integrating cyber security tactics, techniques, and procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew McGovern)

Cybercom’s training platform adding more complexity for realistic scenarios

Cybercom wants to add greater complexity to the Persistent Cyber Training Environment to allow users to test their skills against a realistic environment.
Staff Sgt. Gregory Fretz, cyber operations specialist with 178th Cyber Protection, Mississippi Army National Guard, monitors cyber attacks during Exercise Southern Strike at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, April 21, 2023. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Renee Seruntine)

Information operations will be ‘foundational’ to future DOD efforts, Cybercom chief says

In addition to conducting information operations, the military must begin preparing for how service members and commanders will themselves be targeted, according to Gen. Timothy Haugh.
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