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Cyber warriors anticipate center

Personnel in the military’s new cyberdefense organization hope to operate a new command center by late spring. The facility will include new hardware and software to help workers of the Joint Task Force-Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO) operate, manage and defend the military’s computer networks. “It will be a state-of-the-art facility,” said Army Brig. Gen. Dennis Via, deputy commander of the JTF-GNO. He spoke Feb. 23 at the Defense Department Global Information Grid Enterprise Services conference held by the Association for Enterprise Integration, an industry trade group. Via said JTF-GNO personnel need a new command center to perform their global mission. He declined to discuss its cost and the companies doing the work. Full Story

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