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Adm. Michael Rogers: US Needs National Strategy, Industry Cooperation to Stop Cyber Crime

Adm. Michael Rogers
Adm. Michael Rogers

Adm. Michael Rogers, National Security Agency director and head of U.S. Cyber Command, said the U.S. needs a cyber strategy that combines national defense and collaborative methods, DoD News reported Saturday.

Claudette Roulo writes Rogers told government and industry representatives at the annual Reagan National Defense Forum that team efforts are essential in fight against network security threats.

“There is no single sector, there is no single element of this population, there is no single element within the government that has the total answer,” he added, according to the report.

“It will take all of us working together to make this work.”

According to Roulo’s report, Rogers has been to Silicon Valley twice in the past seven months to collect input from private and public sector cybersecurity professionals, as well as to identify national and enterprise cyber needs.

 

 

 

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