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Cyber Command's rotation 'problem' exacerbates talent shortage amid growing digital threat

by Suzanne Smalley

Many former Cyber Command and NSA officials say the military's rotation system and approach to retirement robs the military of cyber talent.

Legislators rail against potential rollback of flexible DOD cyber powers

by Suzanne Smalley

U.S. Cyber Command General Paul Nakasone told senators that scaling back his organization's cyber ops authorities would be damaging to its mission.

House's defense bill looks to protect Pentagon's tech supply chain

by Shannon Vavra

Chairman Adam Smith’s mark of the National Defense Authorization Act seeks to prevent the DOD from acquiring foreign telecommunications and video surveillance equipment from companies that could pose security risks.

NDAA pushes U.S. Cyber Command to be more aggressive

by Ryan Duffy

The Senate's version of the annual defense policy bill sets a road map for how U.S. Cyber Command will ramp up operations.

Enemies of U.S. continue cyberattacks without fear of reprisal, NSA director nominee says

by Zaid Shoorbajee

Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone indicated that deterrence against foreign cyberattacks is lacking, but that he would develop options to present to policymakers if nominated.

NSA chief ripped by Congress for cyberwar process he doesn't control

by Chris Bing

Neither President Donald Trump nor Secretary of Defense James Mattis has specifically directed Adm. Mike Rogers to “disrupt Russian cyberthreats where they originate."

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