At Work On New Cyber Strategy, Senior Military Advisor Says
From American Forces Press Service:
July 1, 2013
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The Defense Department released its first strategy for operating in cyberspace two years ago this month, and officials are at work on the next version, the senior military advisor for cyber to the undersecretary of defense for policy said in Baltimore last week.
Army Maj. Gen. John A. Davis spoke to a lunch audience at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International Cyber Symposium, noting that two years might equal 20 in the domain that accommodates distanceless travel.
“Senior leaders in the department and beyond the department understand that cyber is a problem [and] cyber is important. They’ve made cyber a priority, and there is a sense of urgency,” the general said.
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