Cyber Command

FILE - In this April 14, 2021, file photo National Security Agency (NSA) Director Gen. Paul Nakasone testifies during a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing about worldwide threats, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Nakasone who leads U.S. efforts to thwart and punish foreign-based cyberattacks says he’s mounting a new “surge” to fight incursions that have at times debilitated government agencies and companies responsible for critical infrastructure. In an interview, Nakasone broadly described “an intense focus” by government specialists to better find and share information about cyberattacks and “impose costs when necessary.” (Saul Loeb/Pool via AP, File)

Nakasone wants to see ‘bold move forward’ with CYBERCOM 2.0

Nakasone says one of the major challenges that needs addressing is how quickly military forces rotate in and out of CYBERCOM.

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Private sector must proactively accept White House’s invitations on cybersecurity

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Does the military need a separate service for cyber? Some lawmakers think so; DoD isn’t sure

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‘Timely versus accurate’ DoD struggles shed light on cyber incident reporting challenges

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Cyber advisors start to see ‘momentum’ within military services

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Pentagon looks to cement career paths for software acquisition experts

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House NDAA proposal would reform UCMJ to address sexual assaults in the military

The House Armed Services Committee will consider a $716 billion defense bill, including changes to how the military prosecutes sexual crimes.

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When ransomware attacks US infrastructure, it’s tricky to know when to return fire

Jason Healey is a senior research scholar at Columbia University’s School for International and Public Affairs, and he spoke to Federal Drive with Tom…

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Congress’ newest subcommittee is focusing on cyber troops and JEDI

The first-ever chairman of the Cyber, Innovative Technologies and Information Systems Subcommittee, Rep. Jim Langevin (D-R.I.), said the panel will pursue an aggressive agenda.

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