Army Cyber Command
Defense Digital Service, Army Cyber Command expand partnership with workspace ‘Tatooine’
Dubbed Tatooine, the new workspace located at the state-owned Georgia Cyber Center is the expansion of a pilot project launched last year to join DDS staff and Cyber Command soldiers to solve hard problems.
Army officials are on the hunt for more cyber talent
"At the end of the day, it’s people that are going to make us successful," Brig. Gen. Richard Angle says. One avenue is direct hire authority.
Army in search of new cyber capabilities to defend its networks
The Army issued a request for information in search of potential cybersecurity, risk management and cybersecurity system engineering services in the cloud.
Two contractors get $6.5 million to support Army Cyber’s insider-threat monitoring
Applied Insight and DV United will provide insider-threat detection and mitigation capabilities, in addition to other cybersecurity services.
Defense Digital Service redesigns Army Cyber Command training
DDS cut down the training time for Army cyber operations specialists from six months to just 12 weeks in a new pilot.
Fogarty takes lead of Army Cyber Command
The lieutenant general takes over for Paul Nakasone, who moved up to head the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command.