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Recent Events May Provide Opportunity for U.S. to Explore ‘Defend Forward’ Cyber Strategy Against Iran

Recent U.S.-Iran engagements may be an opportunity for the U.S. personnel to explore the ‘defend forward’ strategy that involves carrying out cyber operations in non-U.S. networks, Fifth Domain reported Thursday.

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Reports: UVA Official Ty Schieber Named Board Chairman for New DoD Cybersecurity Certification

Ty Schieber, senior director of executive education at the University of Virginia Darden School Foundation, has been appointed to lead an independent body that will be responsible for the governance of the Department of Defense cybersecurity maturity model certification, Inside Defense reported Thursday.

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Cyberspace Solarium Commission Seeks Industry Collaboration, Expanded Authorities for Cyber Agencies

The Cyberspace Solarium Commission is urging the government to expand the authorities of U.S. cyber agencies and establish the Cybersecurity and Information Security Agency as the leading entity for defending critical infrastructure, FCW reported Tuesday.

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Cyberspace Solarium Commission May Complete Defense Report by March

A legislative commission has drafted a strategic report on the federal government's cyber defense, and is nearing the document's finalization, The Hill reported Wednesday. Lawmakers and industry executives make up the Cyberspace Solarium Commission, which according to officials, could finalize the strategy by March.

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USAF Cyber Resiliency Office to Assist Program Offices

A cybersecurity-focused office within the U.S. Air Force is working to spread cyber awareness across USAF technology programs, Fifth Domain reported Monday. The Air Force Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems or CROWS streamlined engineering documents to help program officers and contractors quickly address cybersecurity issues.

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