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Panel: Cyber Command progress report
Wednesday - 10/26/2011, 9:36am EDT
In recent years, the cyber threat has become a real national security concern and the Defense Department has responded in kind, hammering out a doctrine declaring cyberspace to be a fifth domain, alongside the traditional land, sea, air and space.
The Pentagon announced the creation of a U.S. Cyber Command in 2009 and the command reached full operational capacity in October 2010. It's matched by similar command functions in each of the armed services.
For a progress report on how the military is combating the cyber threat and a look at the near term future, officials from the Army, Navy and Air Force cyber commands joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Amy Morris for a special Federal News Radio panel discussion.
What do you see as the top cyber challenge?
Air Force Brig. Gen.
Director of the Air Component
Air Forces Cyber/24th
Col. Thomas Goss
Chief of the
Strategic Initiatives Group
Army Cyber Command
Navy Capt. Jim Brokaw
Operations and Readiness