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Gen. Joseph Lengyel, chief of National Guard Bureau, addresses an audience at the North American International Cyber Summit 2016 in Detroit, Oct. 17, 2016. Hosted by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, the summit was a collaborative effort with the National Governors Association, the Department of Homeland Security, private industry, educators, students and local partners. (U. S. National Guard photo/Sgt. 1st Class Jim Greenhill) National Guard uniquely positioned to contribute in cyber realm
The civilian-acquired skills of its members enable the National Guard to make unique contributions in the cyber realm, Gen. Joseph Lengyel, chief of the National Guard Bureau, said Oct. 17. Lengyel told audience members at the North American International Cyber Summit 2016 that Guard members can be found in high-tech companies ranging from startups to Google and Microsoft.
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2016
Gen. Ellen M. Pawlikowski, the Air Force Materiel Command commander, speaks to an audience during the Air Force Association's Air, Space and Cyber Conference in National Harbor, Md., Sept. 21, 2016. She spoke about the importance of cyber security. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Whitney Stanfield)

AFMC commander says cyber threats are real, need to get ahead of them
Cyber resiliency and hardening are more important now than ever and the Air Force Materiel Command commander made that point as she addressed a crowd at the Air Force Association Air, Space and Cyber conference in National Harbor, Maryland, Sept. 21.
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2016
Lt. Gen. Kevin McLaughlin, the U.S. Cyber Command deputy commander, discusses cyber warfare during the Air Force Association's Air, Space and Cyber Conference in National Harbor, Md., Sept. 20, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo/Scott M. Ash) Cyberwarfare: What are we doing today?
Lt. Gen. J. Kevin McLaughlin, the U.S. Cyber Command deputy commander, discussed the missions, capacity and capabilities of USCYBERCOM during a cyber warfare session at the Air Force Association Air, Space and Cyber Conference here Sept. 20.
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2016
Default Air Force Logo AF Space Command leader releases strategic intent doc
The head of the Air Force Space Command revealed his updated Commander’s Strategic Intent May 6. The strategic intent document serves as the overarching document guiding the command.
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Around the Air Force: May 6
This look Around the Air Force takes us to Hurlburt Field, Florida, where special operations Airmen are participating in exercise Emerald Warrior 2016 and then a look at Maxwell AFB, Alabama, where the Air Force Cyber College conducted a cyber war game.
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2016
Cyber experts from across the military, government agencies and private industry joined forces at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., April 27, 2016, to mitigate future cyberattacks within the U.S. The Air Force Cyber College's two-day wargame brought the CIA, FBI, Goldman Sachs and others into participation. Security experts analyzed how they handled cyberthreats independently, and how they could team to improve combat cyber incidents of national significance. (U.S. Air Force graphic/William Blankenship) Air University wargamers battle to keep America's lights on
Cyber experts from across the military, government agencies and private industry joined forces at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, April 27, to mitigate future cyberattacks within the U.S. The Air Force Cyber College's two-day wargame brought the CIA, FBI, Goldman Sachs and others into participation. Security experts analyzed how they handled cyberthreats independently, and how they could team to improve combat cyber incidents of national significance.
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2016
Two teams of Air Command and Staff College students took top honors at the Atlantic Council Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge in Washington, D.C., March 11-12. The Air University students competed against civilian and military teams from across the country, to include teams from Brown University, Harvard University, U.S. Naval Academy, Columbia University, and National Defense University. (Courtesy photo) Air University students win big at national cyber policy competition
Two teams of Air Command and Staff College students took top honors at the Atlantic Council Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge in Washington, D.C., on March 11-12.
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2016
Cybersecurity, OPSEC vital to mission success
Every day, Air Force organizations and personnel are reminded of the importance of operations security and cybersecurity, and how integrating them into day-to-day operations helps protect proprietary and sensitive information from disclosure, espionage and exploitation.
1 10/21
2015
Default Air Force Logo Cyberbullying: What can parents do?
According to the Pew Research Center, in 2000, about half of adults in the U.S. were online and only 3 percent of American households were using broadband for internet access at home. That number increased and in 2014, Pew reported that 87 percent of American adults use the Internet.
0 10/11
2015
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III addresses members of the 24th and 25th Air Forces at the Pfingston Basic Military Training Center on Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, Aug 26, 2015. Welsh praised their work in the cyber, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance domains. (Courtesy photo) CSAF sees cyber, ISR as future major command
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III and his wife, Betty, visited the 24th and 25th Air Forces Aug. 25-27 at Joint Base San Antonio, Lackland, Texas, to gain a firsthand look at the mission synergy of cyber, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.
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2015
Default Air Force Logo AF’s Task Force Cyber Secure develops partnerships with industry, academia
Task Force Cyber Secure is midway through phase one of the four-phased chief of staff of the Air Force initiative to address challenges of the cyberspace domain within the Air Force.
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2015
Default Air Force Logo Misawa cyber security best in DOD
The cyber readiness team at Misawa Air Base, Japan, was rated the best in the Defense Department, following a Command Cyber Readiness Inspection (CCRI) May 11-15.
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2015
Default Air Force Logo Increased mission requirements open doors for continued service
The Air Force is introducing several personnel and manpower initiatives to meet increased mission requirements outlined in the fiscal year 2016 President’s Budget. The Air Force is undergoing a concerted effort to stabilize and grow the force by fiscal 2017, to include addressing key gaps in the nuclear, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and support career fields.
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2015
Default Air Force Logo AF will defend, boost space assets
Space is absolutely vital to the American way of life and it is also vital to the protection of the nation, the commander of Air Force Space Command told the Defense Writers’ Group here April 28.
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2015
Default Air Force Logo Academy places 2nd in NSA cyber competition
The U.S. Air Force Academy's Cyber Team took second place in the National Security Administration's 15th annual Cyber Defense Exercise April 13-16.
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2015
The Mission Solutions Analysis team from Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., developed the Insider Threat Universe model used to describe how certain technologies protect, in part, the Air Force's secure networks. (Courtesy graphic) 'Special Program' emerges to combat cyber insider threats
It's not often that the public gets to hear about the Air Force's inner workings when pertaining to highly classified networks; however, a special programs team from Hanscom Air Force Base’s Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks Directorate has recently emerged, making their presence known.
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2015
Gen. Lori J. Robinson provides the Pacific region's perspective during a panel discussion on Combat Air Forces at the Air Force Association's annual Air Warfare Symposium and Technology Exposition Feb. 12, 2015, in Orlando, Fla. Robinson, the Pacific Air Forces Command commander, shared the panel with Air Combat Command commander Gen. Hawk Carlisle, U.S. Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa commander Gen. Frank Gorenc, and Global Strike Command commander Lt. Gen. Stephen Wilson. (U.S. Air Force photo/Scott M. Ash) Leaders discuss Combat Air Forces future at symposium
Four senior Air Force leaders gathered Air Force Association's annual Air Warfare Symposium Feb. 12,in Orlando, Florida, to discuss the key issues facing the nation's Combat Air Forces.
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2015
Staff Sgt. Alek Albrecht participates in a Network War Bridge Course at the 39th Information Operations Squadron Sept. 19, 2014, Hurlburt Field, Fla. Albrecht is practicing to hack into a simulated network to better understand what techniques real hackers may use when attempting to infiltrate Air Force networks. Air Force Space Command provides trained and ready cyber forces to the warfighter through 24th Air Force. Albrecht is a Air Force Network Operations and Security Center enterprise network technician. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Krystal Ardrey) Airmen train for ‘new wild, wild west’ in cyber domain
On any given day, the Defense Department defends itself against numerous cyber-attacks at installations throughout the world. To help combat this growing threat, Airmen from the 39th Information Operations Squadron train to defend computer networks against invisible ordnance in the operational domain of cyberspace.
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2014
The Red Flag 14-1 cyber protection team works on defense procedures inside the Combined Air and Space Operations Center-Nellis during the exercise Feb. 5, 2014, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The CPT's primary goal is to find and thwart potential space, cyberspace and missile threats against U.S. and allied forces. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Brett Clashman) Cyber: The new Red Flag battleground
The internet is a battleground, and information is the prize. News reports of a shopping retailer losing control of customers’ digital data and an internet browser being compromised are some of the recent evidence of the constant cyber-threat present in the World Wide Web. The digital war over information is one Air Force cyber specialists fight on a daily basis. To give these Airmen an upper-hand against their online adversaries, the 24th Air Force takes part in several training exercises, to include Red Flag.
0 10/02
2014
An entrance to Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, Colo. Built during the Cold War and housed 2,000 feet within a granite mountain, the installation is a survivable, reliable and secure complex. It provides missile and air warning, space situational awareness, command and control, and cyber capabilities to defend North America.(Courtesy photo) Airmen operate America's fortress
Known as America's Fortress, Cheyenne Mountain is portrayed in movies, books and documentaries as a top secret base similar to that of Area 51.
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