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Defense Science Board Offers Recommendations on Cyberspace Protection

The Defense Science Board is advising the government to integrate the military’s cyber defense efforts with other agencies, Bloomberg Government reported Thursday.

The advisory board’s report, titled “Cyber as a Strategic Capability,” includes a recommendation to expand the military’s role in protecting major private sector networks.

The report also advises the Defense Department to assess existing rules that govern Pentagon and U.S. cyberspace activities, and draft updates that would allow for continuous cyber offense and defense to protect national interests.

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