U.S. Cyber Command is reviewing the results of its biggest exercise of the year. CYBERFLAG is designed to test out the military forces’ ability to keep fighting when an adversary is attacking their networks, and to link up cyber forces with the more traditional air, sea, land and space domains. Rear Adm. Kevin Lunday is Cyber Command’s director for exercises and training. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he talked about the exercise — and the three types of teams involved in it — with Federal News Radio DoD Reporter Jared Serbu.
At Nevada’s Nellis Air Force Base earlier this month, U.S. Cyber Command wrapped up its biggest exercise of the year.
Brian Burns, the Coast Guard’s acting chief information officer, said the service is on schedule to move to Windows 10 by March 2018.
The Coast Guard’s Cyber Command has to balance its identity as a military service with its role as a component of the Homeland Security Department.