U.S. Army Cyber Command: Cyberspace for America's Force Of Decisive Action

Hernandez, Rhett A.
October 2012
Army Magazine;Oct2012, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p205
The article discusses how the U.S. Army Cyber Command is using cyberspace for the nation's force of decisive action. According to the author, since its inception in 2010, the Army Cyber Command has been leading the struggle to secure and defend Army networks from hacktivists, cyber criminals, nation states, and terrorists who aim to take advantage of the Army's reliance on networked information systems.


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