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Pentagon kicks off landmark cyber posture review

/ May 23, 2018

The Pentagon has embarked on a review of the Defense Department’s cyber posture mandated by Congress to help clarify the U.S. policy on deterrence in cyberspace.

DOD began the cyber posture review last week, according to Ed Brindley, principal director for cybersecurity under the department's chief information officer. He said the review is being led by Under Secretary for Policy John Rood’s office.

"We're all bringing with us a view of full spectrum cyber," Brindley told Inside Defense on Tuesday...


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