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Germany Creates Separate Military Wing for Cyber Command
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3/31/2017 | 12:00:57 PM
Re: Great article
I agree @JeremiahT660. Just need to ensure that parameters are specified for the red team exercises so that they do not affect critical practices.
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3/31/2017 | 11:55:09 AM
Step in the right direction
This is definitely a step in the right direction. Hopefully Germany will leverage private security sources to facilitate more data to their program. Information Sharing can be very helpful when setting up a new cyber security wing.
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3/31/2017 | 11:50:17 AM
Great article
I imagine this along with Red Teaming would be good for protecting their infrastructure as well?


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