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Adm. Michael Rogers Wants Trained Forces, Joint Network for Cyber Command

Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, head of U.S. Cyber Command, has outlined his priorities for the organization as it seeks to fulfill new requirements, GovInfoSecurity reported Thursday. Rogers said he wants the Cyber Command to have its forces trained, build situational awareness tools, develop command-and-control approaches, establish a joint network and implement policies …

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Cyber Command Leads Exercise to Test Interagency Cybersecurity Coordination; Michael Rogers Comments

The U.S. Cyber Command recently concluded the Cyber Guard 14-1 exercise in partnership with government, academia and industry to demonstrate operational coordination and information sharing between agencies in performing measures against domestic cyber incidents. According to a Cybercom news release posted Thursday on the Defense Department website, participants used simulations of critical infrastructure networks to exercise …

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Michael Rogers: Joint Info Environment Needs ‘Global Backbone’ Structure

The Defense Department‘s plan to roll out an agency-wide information technology platform could face delays as officials consider first some cybersecurity factors, FCW reported Tuesday. Adm. Michael Rogers, director of National Security Agency, told a an AFCEA cybersecurity conference that the Joint Information Environment is intended for the DoD to gain full …

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