The annual report to Congress describes China's focus on cyberspace as a domain of warfare.
An incomplete understanding of the military’s networks hurts the ability to detect and respond to attacks, Cyber Command’s chief of operations says.
In a contested spectrum, U.S. troops won’t always be able to count on information being available, and may have to revert to some "tried and true" tactics, Brig. Gen. Dennis Crall says.
As cyber operations begin to fold more frequently into daily activities, the services are still discovering some growing pains.
Recent simulations incorporated joint forces operating against hybrid threats operating in all domains, including cyberspace and the electromagnetic spectrum.
Guard units from around the country wrapped up Cyber Shield 2016, which coupled training courses with live scenarios to prepare in the case of a cyber incident at the state level.
A new threat report finds researchers seeking to blunt DDoS attacks have themselves come into the crosshairs.
As the U.S. embarks on its first openly declared “cyber war,” how will offensive capabilities be applied in future conflicts against an array of enemies?