Cyber Operations: Improving the Military Cyber Security Posture in an Uncertain Threat Environment, Hearing before the U.S. House Committee on Armed Services, One Hundred Fourteenth Congress, First Session, March 4, 2015 [open pdf - 1MB]
This testimony compilation is from the March 4, 2015 hearing, "Cyber Operations: Improving the Military Cyber Security Posture in an Uncertain Threat Environment," before the U.S. House Committee on Armed Services. From the statement of Michael Rogers: "USCYBERCOM [U.S. Cyber Command] is a subunified command of U.S. Strategic Command; we are based at Fort Meade, Maryland. Approximately 1,100 people (military, civilians, and contractors) serve at USCYBERCOM, with a Congressionally-appropriated budget for Fiscal Year 2015 of approximately $509 million for Operations and Maintenance (O&M), Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E), and military construction (MILCON). USCYBERCOM also includes its key Service cyber components: Army Cyber Command/Second Army, Marine Forces Cyberspace Command, Fleet Cyber Command/Tenth Fleet, and Air Forces Cyber/24th Air Force. Our collective missions are to direct the operation and defense of the Department of Defense's information networks while denying adversaries (when authorized) the freedom to maneuver against the United States and its allies in and through cyberspace." Statements, letters and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Michael Rogers, Edward Cardon, Jan Tighe, Daniel O'Donohue and Burke Wilson.
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