Tag Archives: U.S. Cyber Command

Marine Corps Conduct Cyber Electronic Warfare Training; Capt. Neal McGaughey

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Service members from the U.S. Marine Corps' I Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group and 1st Force Reconnaissance Company participated in a two-week training on tactical cyber electronic warfare reconnaissance and survey operations. “We need to educate and train to the constant changes and advancements to our communication infrastructure in today’s world,” said Capt. Neal McGaughey.

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USCYBERCOM Deploys Next-Gen Training Environment for 2020 ‘Cyber Flag’ Exercise

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The U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) has commenced this year’s Cyber Flag exercise with the inclusion of a next-generation remote training system called Persistent Cyber Training Environment (PCTE), Fifth Domain reported Tuesday. Cyber Flag will run through June 26 and involve teams from the Department of Defense (DoD) as well as allied nations.

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Perspecta’s Hacker Team Wins First Place at at DreamPort’s RPE; Wash100 Award Winner Mac Curtis Quoted

Perspecta announced on Tuesday that the company’s hackathon competition team, Opt1x, won first place at DreamPort's rapid prototyping event (RPE). In addition, the team also placed 36th out of 229 teams during OpenCTF, a competition during the 2019 DEF CON 27.

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Applied Insight, Stratus Solutions Awarded Mission-Critical Cloud Contract from U.S. Cyber Command; John Hynes Quoted

Stratus Solutions, a subsidiary of Applied Insight, which is backed by The Acacia Group, has been awarded a mission-critical cloud contract from U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) to accelerate its ability to rapidly adopt commercial cloud services and migrate its activities into the cloud, utilizing the company’s cloud platform-as-a-service, Altitude, as the foundation of a secure and compliant cloud environment, Applied Insight announced on Thursday

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USCYBERCOM Shifts Focus to Interagency, International Collaboration

U.S. Cyber Command is focusing on how to help other federal government components address cyber threats from foreign adversaries, Fedscoop reported Wednesday. Brig. Gen. Timothy Haugh, leader of USCYBERCOM's Cyber National Mission Force, said that mission outcomes depend on how the country aids foreign and domestic industry partners in protecting national assets during a recent Atlantic Council event. 

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