Gen. Paul Nakasone
Ukraine crisis shows effectiveness of Cyber Command’s persistent engagement, Nakasone says
Working with partners early to bolster cybersecurity has demonstrated to be effective in the current Ukraine-Russia crisis, the head of U.S. Cyber Command said.
U.S. Cyber Command providing cyber expertise and intelligence in Ukraine’s fight against Russia
The head of U.S. Cyber Command told Congress that his organization is supplying defensive cyber teams to Ukraine as well as intelligence and bolstering networks domestically and abroad.
Army gets new principal cyber adviser
Michael Sulmeyer began the role as principal cyber adviser this week after recently serving as an adviser to U.S. Cyber Command Commander Gen. Paul Nakasone.
Cyber Command and NSA still working to meet measures necessary to split
The head of Cyber Command and NSA said his organizations continue to meet congressionally imposed measures needed to split, but lauded the dual-hat structure.
Networks ‘foundational’ to evolving Army operations, top cyber officials say
As the Army invests more in its networks and depends on them increasingly, defending them has become a bigger focus of its cybersecurity teams.
The U.S. military is trying to figure out how to talk about data
Leaders think the adoption of AI, among other things, will help services learn to talk about and embrace data.