Cyber Center of Excellence generates new doctrine

Fairbank, Edie M.
March 2014
Army Communicator;Spring2014, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p11
The article focuses on the necessity of new military doctrine following the transition of the Signal Center of Excellence to the Cyber Center of Excellence of the U.S. Army. Noted is the consolidation of the force modernization proponent responsibilities for signal and communications information services and networks, electronic warfare and cyberspace operations. Also mentioned is the significance for commanders to become aware of information threats and the measures to address them.


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