The Pentagon is gearing up to deploy a new cyber defense strategy, the Strategic Defense Initiative, which is expected to be finalized in the next few months.
The new cyber strategy is a broad effort that is designed to provide the U.S. military with the capabilities needed to defend itself against attacks.
The strategy aims to improve the effectiveness of the U:S.
Cyber Command (USCOG), a joint agency that coordinates the nation’s cyber and cyber defense.
This new cyber mission will focus on a range of areas including cybersecurity, cyber crime prevention, and information warfare.
While the cyber mission is expected only to be a part of the overall U:s Cyber Strategy, its inclusion in the strategic defense strategy will greatly help the U-S alliance.
The U.s military is already the dominant force in cyberspace, and the US is the second largest military in the world.
The US Cyber Command is the largest joint military agency in the country.
The US Cyber Defense Command has been tasked with the development and deployment of cyber defenses against foreign adversaries since 2008.
However, it was not until the Obama administration created the Joint Special Operations Command to spearhead the war on terror in 2011 that cyber warfare became the major domain of the US military.
The Cyber Command, which also oversees the US Cyber Security Command, is also tasked with providing cyber security guidance to the entire military, but the new cyber plan, which was leaked on Friday, is intended to be an extension of the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s cyber strategy, which has been under development since the mid-2000s.
The Strategic Defense initiative is a “major new initiative to further enhance our ability to respond to cyber threats, increase our capabilities to defend ourselves against cyber intrusions, and to defeat our adversaries through joint action.”
The new Cyber Defense Plan will be released on October 21, according to a statement from the Pentagon.
“While the Cyber Strategy will be a long-term initiative, it will focus more on strengthening our cyber capabilities to meet the growing threat posed by cyber-enabled adversaries,” the statement reads.
“While this initiative will focus primarily on the cyber domain, we also will address other issues that will need to be addressed as well.”
A senior defense official told Wired that the strategy will focus largely on cyber defense and will be developed in a way that allows the military to develop a “plan of attack” against any cyber threat that the cyber defense agency is tasked with protecting against.
“In addition to enhancing the cyber capabilities of our forces, the Cyber Defense Force will be able to enhance their capability to conduct cyber operations, improve their capabilities to detect, assess, and defend against attacks, and increase their capabilities for joint operations,” the senior defense source said.
The source added that the new strategy will be “very comprehensive” and will include “all of the elements necessary to counter a cyber attack, but will not be able provide the full cyber force capability.”
This new cyber initiative will be more than just another cyber mission.
Under the plan, the Pentagon plans to deploy unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to provide “full-scale” cyber defense capability.UAV’s are used for surveillance, surveillance-and-observation missions, which can include both cyber operations and conventional war.
The first unmanned aerial vehicle (UACV) was delivered in 2018, and since then, the program has received more than 10,000 orders.
The Air Force is currently testing drones for cyber attacks.
A senior Air Force official told Fox News that drones will be used for cyber warfare and that they will be the “most powerful cyber weapon the US has.”
“These UAVs will be fully autonomous and capable of launching directed energy weapons, targeting and targeting capability, sensor fusion, and other advanced capabilities,” the Air Force statement reads, adding that the UACVs will be equipped with “high-powered weapons that can penetrate the enemy’s defenses.”
The Air Force also told Wired: “We are also committed to increasing our capability to develop, deploy, and support a variety of unmanned combat aerial vehicles, including advanced weapons for our cyber warriors.”
While drones are not the only type of weapon the AirForce plans to bring into the cyber arena, the announcement of these drones will likely be the most significant one to date.
On the eve of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, the Airforce announced that it will purchase nearly a dozen drone aircraft.
According to the Air Combat Command, the UAV will be capable of delivering “significantly more payloads than any other aircraft in service today.”
The AirForce is also planning to purchase an additional fleet of drones.
The UAV acquisition is expected “to increase the operational capability of the Air Corps’ strike and reconnaissance force,” the UAF statement reads .
The drone aircraft will also provide the Air Command with “critical capabilities” that “provide air superiority, enhance the Airborne Warning and Control System, and enhance Air Force