The trip to Europe demonstrates how the command supports and learns from allies facing threats from persistent hackers.
Lawmakers and key officials sounded off Thursday after President Donald Trump rescinded a key cyberwar policy directive.
A quiet but constant tug of war is raging between the intelligence community and the military over the future of U.S. Cyber Command.
The Senate Armed Services Committee welcomed a new subcommittee Wednesday focused on cybersecurity. The oversight and policy writing group will be led by Sen. Mike Rounds, R-SD., and ranking member Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.