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Jack Voltaic: Lt. Col. Doug Fletcher, Critical Infrastructure Key Resources team for the Army Cyber Institute at West Point, explains the importance of Jack Voltaic to more than 70 personnel from public and private sectors from the cities of Savannah and Charleston.
Jack Voltaic
Lt. Col. Doug Fletcher, Critical Infrastructure Key Resources team for the Army Cyber Institute at West Point, explains the importance of Jack Voltaic to more than 70 personnel from public and private sectors from the cities of Savannah and Charleston.
Photo By: Lisa Beum
VIRIN: 190828-A-BR833-292
Cybersecurity brought to the forefront at Jack Voltaic

After a cyberattack, the waiting is the hardest part: U.S. Marines debark from an MV-22B Osprey at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq in June 2018. A cyberattack could slow how U.S. forces respond to a battlefield.
After a cyberattack, the waiting is the hardest part
U.S. Marines debark from an MV-22B Osprey at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq in June 2018. A cyberattack could slow how U.S. forces respond to a battlefield.
Photo By: Fifth Domain
VIRIN: 190916-A-ZZ999-0001
After a cyberattack, the waiting is the hardest part

Cyber AIAD: Cadets visit the Joint Cyber Center, U.S. Army African Command in Stuttgart, Germany to hear about and discuss real-world issues within the cyber domain and how it affects military operations.
Cyber AIAD
Cadets visit the Joint Cyber Center, U.S. Army African Command in Stuttgart, Germany to hear about and discuss real-world issues within the cyber domain and how it affects military operations.
Photo By: Brandon OConnor
VIRIN: 190701-A-QG670-1004
Cadets build relationships, knowledge on Cyber AIAD

Putting a value on the 50x coder, by Jan Kallberg: As an industrial nation transitioning to an information society with digital conflict, we tend to see the technology as the weapon. In the process, we ignore the fact that few humans can have a large-scale operational impact. 

But we underestimate the importance of applicable intelligence, the intelligence on how to apply things in the right order. Cyber and card games have one thing in common: the order you play your cards matters. In cyber, the tools are mostly publically available, anyone can download them from the Internet and use them, but the weaponization of the tools occur when they are used by someone who understands how to use the tools in the right order.
Putting a value on the 50x coder
As an industrial nation transitioning to an information society with digital conflict, we tend to see the technology as the weapon. In the process, we ignore the fact that few humans can have a large-scale operational impact. But we underestimate the importance of applicable intelligence, the intelligence on how to apply things in the right order. Cyber and card games have one thing in common: the order you play your cards matters. In cyber, the tools are mostly publically available, anyone can download them from the Internet and use them, but the weaponization of the tools occur when they are used by someone who understands how to use the tools in the right order.
Photo By: FifthDomain
VIRIN: 190816-A-ZZ999-0002
Putting a value on the 50x coder
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