Tactical Cyber: Building a Strategy for Cyber Support to Corps and Below

Isaac Porche, Christopher Paul, Chad Serena, Colin Clarke, Erin-Elizabeth Johnson, Drew Herrick

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Abstract

The RAND Arroyo Center was asked by U.S. Army Cyber Command's G35 office to develop and document an Army strategy for providing cyber support to corps and below, which is synonymous with tactical cyber operations. This report describes how the Army should use available resources to achieve the mission objectives inherent to tactical cyber operations. Cyber operations are increasingly important to the Army and other services' ability to seamlessly incorporate actions in cyberspace with activities in traditional warfighting domains (land, air, maritime, and space). This report proposes a strategy for tactical Army cyber operations, enumerating overarching goals, objectives, and associated activities. As part of this strategy, the authors describe what the Army, as an institution, needs to do to realize a vision for tactical cyber operations. In addition, this report discusses the incorporation and use of offensive cyber operations, specifically at the tactical level.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationSanta Monica, California
PublisherRAND Corporation
Number of pages110
ISBN (Print) 978-0-8330-9608-1
StatePublished - 2017
Externally publishedYes

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