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Petty Officer 1st Class Jiyhouh
Ly, USN (l), re-enlists underwater
during a training dive with the Royal
Jordanian Navy off the coast of
Amman, Jordan, as part of exercise
Eager Lion 17. About 7,200 military
personnel from more than 20 nations
participated in this year’s exercise.
CNO Makes His Case
for Larger Navy
The U.S. Navy needs more ships,
and it needs them now, says
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. John Richardson.
Give a Boost
Goods made from the waste,
they say, could lower
production costs and help this
renewable energy source better
compete with petroleum.
Cyber Tech Ready
for Prime Time
A DHS program unveils
eight new cybersecurity technologies with commercial
potential to investors, developers and integrators.
Is Just the
The attack that paralyzed
hospitals, universities and
businesses globally was just a
cyber appetizer, experts warn.
The main dish is still to come.
“Mr. Pound incorrectly categorized the
terrain in cyberspace as ‘key cyber terrain.’
He’s referring to the virtual environment in
which cyberspace operators conduct ops,
not a characteristic of the terrain itself.
While I realize it seems trivial, we have
doctrine for a reason—so that we can all
speak the same language and have
common ground on which to operate.”
—Matt Everhart, in response to “Beyond Plan B:
Army Embraces Broad Cyber Program,”
May 5, The Cyber Edge online
“Certainly, government and business need
to work together, but there’s only so much
government can do. A company’s network
is private property, and just like a house or
a business, government agents can’t enter it
without either a warrant or a request from
the owner. Yes, it is important for government
to assist in protecting against nation-state
actors, but barring major legal changes, they
can only do that if the company gives them
permission and access to do so.”
—Jim Henderson, in response to “Putting Hackers
on Notice,” May Signal Magazine
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