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Being both the commander of U. Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency improves the ability to provide the nation with speed, agility and flexible responses to adversaries who are increasingly modernizing, getting quicker and getting more sophisticated, the agencys' director said. Army Gen. Paul M. Nakasone testified today at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on the defense authorization request for fiscal year and the future years defense program.
Being able to rapidly react to that, as we've been able to prove in the security of elections in andis empowered by that relationship," he said, referring to his dual-hatted role. To defend against foreign interference in elections the Election Security Group was created, he said, noting that it consists of a combined team from Cybercom and NSA. Nakasone also mentioned the importance of partnerships with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National Guard Bureau and the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, which involves sharing information with those who need it as quickly as possible.
Cybercom conducted more than 2, operations to get ahead of foreign threats before they interfered or influenced the elections, Nakasone said. The general said he wanted to make three important points: "First, Cybercom must be and is able, ready and willing to act.
Second, Cybercom's partnership with NSA remains the foundation of our success.
And third, we enable our domestic industry, allies and partners by providing critical threat information and insights, which improve their ability to act under their unique authorities. Cybercom is building on recent guidance from the department, seeking to promote readiness, improve training and attract and retain high-end talent, Nakasone said.
Even with COVID impacts and lengthy security clearance timelines that impact the entire department, Cybercom was able to attract a of high-end talent to the force, he said. IT Specialist Army Spc. Nakasone mentioned that Cybercom seeks to attract diversity in its force and to root out extremism in the ranks through education, monitoring and good leadership.
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Cybercom's Partnership With NSA Helped Secure U.S. Elections, General Says