Defense Department Cyber Efforts: DoD Faces Challenges in Its Cyber Activities
by Davi D’Agostino, Greg Wilshusen
Paperback, 79 pages, 2011, $25.00
The DoD is in the midst of a global cyberspace crisis as foreign nation states and other actors, such as hackers, criminals, terrorists, and activists exploit DoD and other U.S. government computer networks to further a variety of national, ideological, and personal objectives.
This report identifies: (1) how DoD is organized to address cybersecurity threats; and assesses the extent to which DoD has: (2) developed joint doctrine that addresses cyberspace oeprations; (3) assigned command and control responsibilities; and (4) identified and taken actions to mitigate any key capability gaps involving cyberspace operations.
It is an unclassified version of a previously issued classified report. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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