Tuesday, September 25, 2018
What is it?
The U.S. Army is engaged in the cyber domain every day to achieve and maintain superiority in cyberspace against the nation's adversaries. For the Army in Cyberspace, the number one priority is operating and defending Army networks, data, and weapons systems.
A strong Army posture across cyberspace and the information environment empowers Army, joint, and combined forces to enhance readiness and increase lethality.
What has the Army done/is doing?
The Army Cyber Enterprise exists to build, train, operate, resource, expand and set policy for Army capabilities in cyberspace. To achieve this, the Army established:
Other efforts to support the Army capabilities in cyberspace include:
What continued efforts does the Army have planned?
The Army Cyber Enterprise is rapidly developing and delivering resilient cyberspace capabilities.
Why is this important to the Army?
Modernization secures networks, platforms and data to create cyberspace advantages that enhance operations across all domains. Cybersecurity is fundamental to enabling the Army's offensive and defensive activities in order to win in and through cyberspace.
Army Cyber is racing the clock literally every day to stay ahead of adversaries in cyberspace The first shots of the next actual war will likely be fired in cyberspace and likely with devastating effect.
- Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Mark A. Milley
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