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Navy Kludges Networks: $1M Per Carrier Strike Group, Per Deployment

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SAN DIEGO: It takes a million dollars and at least 50 technical experts just to get a carrier strike group’s networks working right before a deployment, Navy officials said at the AFCEA-USNI WEST conference here last week. The Navy’s vision of future war against a major power — China or Russia — relies on secure, reliable,… Keep reading →

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Too Busy To Train? The Navy’s Cyber Dilemma

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SAN DIEGO: The Navy’s overworked IT teams need new “virtual training tools” and more time to train, especially for all-out cyber/electronic warfare against a high-end adversary, the commander of Naval Information Forces said here Tuesday. As the new National Defense Strategy refocuses the entire military from counterinsurgency in Iraq and Afghanistan to great-power warfare against… Keep reading →

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Navy Starts Up Cyber ‘Top Gun’ School: Information Warfighting Development Center

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CORRECTED name of IWDC from Information Warfare Development Center to Warfighting This month, the Navy will launch the cyber equivalent of its famous TOPGUN course for fighter pilots. The school will teach selected cyber specialists the best tactics to keep hackers our of Navy networks. Much like TOPGUN, which is now part of the Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center (NAWDC)… Keep reading →

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