Army cyber unit guards computer networks

Army cyber unit guards computer networks
Army cyber unit guards computer networks

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By Henry Kenyon
Oct 20, 2010

The Army launched the Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER), the service's 
component of the U.S. Cyber Command, this month, centralizing existing 
resources in the Army's efforts to protect its global computer networks.

The new command brings a number of the Army's cyber resources under one 
roof. That will ensure that the service=E2=80=99s policy, force structure, 
capabilities development, resources and personnel can securely and 
effectively work together in cyberspace at the tactical, strategic and 
national levels, said Army spokesman John Cummings.

The new command, which incorporates Army organizations such as the Army 
Network Enterprise Technology Command/9th Signal Command and parts of 
the 1st Information Operations Command/Land, will be incorporated into 
ARCYBER. ARCYBER also will oversee the cyber operations of the Army 
Intelligence and Security Command.

Cummings said ARCYBER's personnel level will exceed 21,000 soldiers and 
civilians. The Army added that there will be no new growth or effect on 
the number of active-duty military and civilian personnel in the Army, 
and existing Army funding will cover the cost of the command.


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