In light of great power competition, DOD reevaluating irregular warfare and info ops

The DOD is experimenting with a new concept called active deterrence.

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The current arrangement wherein one individual leads both U.S. Cyber Command and the NSA, was initially considered to be a temporary setup.

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"We have to think very differently about how we think about armed conflict and cyber in light of this conflict," Mieke Eoyang, deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy, said Wednesday.

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The Air Force is ramping up its engagement with industry for its Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) initiative.

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A new department memo calls for DOD officials to talk to contractors about launching cyber apprenticeships.

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While overall incidents have gone down since 2015, the GAO found that personally identifiable information breaches have been on the rise.

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John Sherman and others in the Pentagon are working to eradicate roadblocks keeping cybersecurity startups and other companies from scaling business with the Department of Defense.

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More work still needs to be done to standardize data, according to Army leaders.

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DefenseScoop recently conducted an exclusive with Estonia's cyber director.

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In an exclusive interview with DefenseScoop, Liisa Past reflected on new cybersecurity challenges NATO partners have been jointly confronting since Russia invaded Ukraine.

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The Pentagon is still working to meet requirements from the fiscal 2020 NDAA when it comes to building out an information operations enterprise.