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Adm. Michael Rogers Unveils Cybercom Vision Statement

Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, commander of U.S. Cyber Command, has issued a document that details how Cybercom and its subordinate units will work to address cyber threats, DoD News reported Tuesday. The vision statement titled Beyond the Build: Delivering Outcomes Through Cyberspace calls for Cybercom to incorporate cyber operations into …

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Profile: Marianne Bailey, Principal Director in the Defense Department’s Office of Deputy CIO for Cybersecurity

Marianne Bailey serves as principal director at the Defense Department‘s office of the deputy chief information officer for cybersecurity and is responsible for coordinating DoD’s cybersecurity standards, policies and guidelines with those of other U.S. government organizations, partner nations and companies. Prior to this role, Bailey worked at the National …

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NSA, DHS Name Walden University as Cyber Defense Education Center of Academic Excellence; Karlyn Barilovits Comments

The National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security have granted Walden University a designation as a national center of academic excellence for cyber defense education. Walden said July 16 the award confirms the university’s compliance with NSA and DHS standards for information assurance and cyber defense. The designation is effective …

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Michael Rogers: Cybercom, NSA Need Private Sector’s Help for Cyber Defense

Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, has said NSA and the U.S. Cyber Command need to forge partnerships with the commercial sector to protect data networks from cyber attacks, DoD News reported Tuesday. Cheryl Pellerin writes Rogers, also Cybercom’s leader, told the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado those partnerships could also …

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DNI James Clapper: China is Top Suspect in OPM Hack

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has identified the Chinese government as the leading suspect in the recent data breach at the Office of Personnel Management, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. Damian Paletta writes that Clapper’s statement is the first direct attribution of the attack given by the administration. …

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