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Edward Cardon: Army Must Update Cyber Force Recruiting, Acquisition Process

CyberStockLt. Gen. Edward Cardon, commander of the U.S. Army Cyber Command, said Wednesday the organization needs bolster its strategy for hiring talent and procuring tools, Federal Times reported Wednesday.

Nicole Blake Johnson writes Cardon made the remarks during a panel discussion Wednesday at the Association of the United States Army’s annual convention held in Washington.

Federal Times reports he called on the Army to evaluate the cyber force’s structure at least every two years.

Cardon also said he met with senior officials to propose changing the acquisition strategy in order to help the command adapt to the latest cyberspace technology and address insider threats, Johnson writes.

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