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New document lays out American military’s early cyber struggles

“Cyber leaders at the Department of Defense in 2014 were struggling with staff shortages, blurry lines of authority and a lack of resources, according to a Pentagon report obtained by Fifth Domain. The 54-page document, written by the Inspector General’s office in Dec. 2014, was obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request that took four years to complete. It is so heavily redacted that even the full title of the document is redacted. But the few sections of the report which are available and untouched give an insight into the early struggles of America’s cyber excursion.”

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