A military base in southwestern
Staging attacks on enemy networks when that seems necessary, they'll help secure military and civilian networks.
As it houses the
Existing cyber activities also include safeguarding the U.S. Transportation Command.
The new squadrons will not only strengthen the base's position as a center of national cybersecurity. They'll also enhance the area's economy by generating 320 military and civilian jobs.
The CEO of EventTracker, which helps the military watch for online attacks,
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