Tag Archives: Army Cyber Command

ARCYBER’s Stephen Fogarty on Key Factors to Command-Centric Network Ops

Lt. Gen. Fogarty

Lt. Gen. Stephen Fogarty, commander of the U.S. Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER), has said that data security and effective management are key contributors to the efficiency of a command-centric network. According to Fogarty, effective network infrastructure requires a balance between the need for usable data and risk mitigation through zero-trust security concepts.

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Gen. William Hartman to Lead Cyber National Mission Force as Commander

Brig. Gen. William Hartman, deputy commanding general at Joint Force Headquarters-Cyber, has been appointed commander at the Cyber National Mission Force. Hartman entered the U.S. Army in 1989 and served as a military intelligence officer, an infantry and and a cyberspace officer at the service branch, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

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Marine Corps Takes Lead to Combat Global Cyber Terrorism

The U.S. Marine Corps received a new task to lead a global mission to deter operations of terrorist groups in the cyberspace, Fifth Domain reported Thursday. Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command leads the Joint Task Force-Ares mission, which launches cyber counter-offensive operations against the Islamic State group.

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Army Puts Focus on Protecting Military Bases from Cyber Attacks

The Army Cyber Command is increasing its focus on defending facilities and infrastructures that play a vital role in military installations, Fifth Domain reported Friday. The command wants to transition cyber teams from tasks focused on threat actors, defense and incident response to responsibilities to protect industrial control systems and supervisory control and data acquisition.

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