Cyber Planning Runs Into Bureaucratic Roadblocks

Credit: U.S. NAVY
With some fanfare, the Defense Department recently unveiled its first cyberstrategy, but any possibility of rapidly streamlining U.S. cyberoperations, establishing clear command and control or securing the freedom to use offensive cyberweapons is looking more like a wish than a plan. The underlying...

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