Bridging the gap in the realm of information dominance a concept of operations for the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Cyber Warfare
Duke, Cynthia R.
Hise, John Van
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As the information age continues to evolve and technological expansion persists in creating a marked footprint across the four corners of the world, the need arises to protect our prized assets from potential adversarial motives. The extant threat to cyberspace necessitates the need to aptly man, train, and equip our forces to ably combat any untoward incidents. The Naval Postgraduate School with its very diverse population presents an exact medium to develop this next generation of warriors skilled in the field of Cyber Warfare to project both offensively and defensively against any contingent threat. As its mission statement professes: NPS strives to provide relevant and unique advanced education and research to increase the combat effectiveness and enhance the security of the United States. This thesis will leverage current instructions to bridge the gap and focus on providing a Concept of Operations for the Center for Cyber Warfare that aligns with the Chief of Naval Operations' (CNO) Strategic Focus Areas. This thesis will additionally recommend an architectural framework that addresses the current issues within the cyber domain and/or will allow for future expansion of the NPS mission datasets deemed of importance to the U.S. Military service and its allies.
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