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Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone Takes Charge of Army Cyber Command

Lt. Gen Paul Nakasone, formerly commander of the U.S. Cyber Command’s cyber national mission force, has assumed new duties as head of the U.S. Army Cyber Command and 2nd Army. He succeeds Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, who will transition to the role of director at the Army’s Office of Business Transformation, the service branch …

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Edward Cardon Proposes ‘Convergence’ of Army Cyberecurity Ops

Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, head of U.S. Army Cyber Command, has described his vision of a military organization that aligns all operations to support the cybersecurity mission, the Augusta Chronicle reported Tuesday. Wesley Brown writes that Cardon told an audience at this week’s TechNet Augusta military conference in Georgia that the Army can concentrate its …

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Edward Cardon: Army Moves Forward With Cyber Workforce, Tech Adoption Programs

U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon has highlighted the continued growth of the service’s cyber mission force and cyber capabilities in his recent testimony to the House Armed Services Committee’s emerging threats and capabilities panel. David Vergun reports Thursday on the Army website that Cardon, commander of the U.S. Army Cyber Command and Second Army, noted …

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Edward Cardon: Gov’t, Industry Can Make Partnership ‘Much Tighter’ for Cyber Domain

  Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, head of U.S. Army Cyber Command, believes the U.S. military could respond to changes in the cyber domain with “a much tighter” government-industry partnerships, Defense News reported Thursday. He told an audience at a Association of the U.S. Army breakfast that work is underway to establish an organization that would allow …

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Gen. Edward Cardon: Army Seeks to Unify Cyber Functions at Fort Gordon

The U.S. Army has selected Fort Gordon, Ga. as the headquarters for Army Cyber Command in an effort to centralize the service’s cyber and network operations. Fort Gordon was chosen after the Army determined there were fewer personnel requirements and lower military construction costs at that location, the Defense Department said Thursday. “The …

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