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DoD still learning how to supply intel for cyber ops

While Cyber has been a recognized warfare domain for almost ten years, the U.S. is still working to improve information sharing relationships between traditional intelligence entities and cyber operations groups. The problem has been named an “item of special interest” for the DoD and efforts are currently under way to standardize “a common military doctrine for intelligence preparation of the battlefield for cyber operations,” to “develop all-source intelligence analysts with the capability to support cyber operations,” and “to resource intelligence analysis support elements at U.S. Cyber Command and the service cyber components.” 

Source: Does DoD know how to supply intel for cyber ops?

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