Cyber Command is evaluating its success based upon certain outcomes and how it can enable partners. (Photos provided by U.S. Cyber Command Public Affairs)
Cyber Command’s measure of success? Outcomes

U.S. Cyber Command officials said that when they examine whether any given operation or even when a strategy has been successful, they’re not looking at metrics, but rather outcomes.

A new Army cyber battalion will use an open-architecture tool, allowing them to plug into systems resident within brigades. (Bill Roche/Army)
A new company-level unit to support information warfare

The Army plans to launch a new company-level unit in fiscal 2021 to support information warfare efforts, according to military officials, with a contract already awarded to its parent battalion.

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Sweden’s plan to deter a Russian digital attack

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The founder and CEO of Scorpion Computer Services, Walter O’Brien, explains why he thinks America is vulnerable to a cyberattack. (James Williams/Staff)

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