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  • Michigan Guard, partners practice cyberattack response

    GRAYLING, Mich. – The Michigan National Guard worked with law enforcement and industry partners to respond jointly to cyberattacks in a Cyber Strike exercise at the National All Domain Warfighting Center (NADWC).Participants at the Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center event addressed the

  • Nebraska ANG cybersecurity team keeps network safe

    LINCOLN AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. – In 2021 alone, America's energy sector, power plants, food supply, water supply, health care, law enforcement and defense sector have all come under cyberattack.Cyberattacks threaten our key infrastructure almost daily, and the National Guard plays an important role in

  • Nevada Guard, university partner to beef up cybersecurity

    RENO, Nev. – The 152nd Communications Flight (CF), Nevada Air National Guard, and the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) Cyber Club are partnering to evolve each organization’s cybersecurity skills.“Being able to work with some of the smartest and most competent cyber hackers in the country puts us in

  • Georgia Guard strengthens cyber capability at exercise

    AUGUSTA, Ga. – Members of the Georgia National Guard participated in Cyber Dawg 21, a live-action cybersecurity exercise Sept. 13-17 at the Georgia Cyber Center.The Georgia Technology Center created and led Cyber Dawg 21 to practice and refine cyberattack response by state agencies. Soldiers and

  • Washington Guard, partner countries test cybersecurity

    CAMP MURRAY, Wash. – In a matter of minutes, cybercriminals strike an electrical grid outside Bangkok and critical infrastructure in Japan and Korea. It’s a likely scenario being tested and trained for during this year’s cybersecurity exercise at Cobra Gold 2021.“For the exercise, we are trying to

  • New England Soldiers, Airmen join cybersecurity exercise

    HARTFORD, Conn. – Cyber Soldiers and Airmen from around New England gathered June 14-18 at Joint Base Cape Cod to participate in the seventh annual Cyber Yankee cybersecurity exercise.The exercise pitted Marines and Marine Reservists as the “Red Team” against “Blue Teams” comprised of Guardsmen and

  • Connecticut Guard cyber team honored for outstanding service

    HARTFORD, Conn. – The Connecticut National Guard Joint Cyber Response Team was presented the National Association of Secretaries of State Medallion Award May 12 for fortifying cybersecurity ahead of the 2020 presidential election.This was a first-of-its-kind mission for the team of Army and Air

  • Guard, DISA participate in international cyber exercise

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Members of the West Virginia and Illinois National Guard, Defense Information Systems Agency employees and West Virginia University students partnered with Polish allies to compete in the world's largest international cyber defense exercise run virtually by the NATO Cooperative

  • Oklahoma Guard cybersecurity team wins national competition

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma National Guard cybersecurity team took top honors Sept. 18-19 at the online 2020 NetWars Cyber Shield competition with National Guard and Reserve teams from 22 states.The Oklahoma National Guard cyber team, which competed under the name OKBOOMER, included Airmen and

  • 112th COS, Lithuania adapt with 1st remote SPP exercise

    PERKASIE, Pa. – Members of the 112th Cyberspace Operations Squadron at Horsham Air Guard Station participated in "Amber Mist," a week-long virtual cyber defense exercise to improve skills for defending vital IT infrastructure. The annual joint training exercise is usually held in Lithuania but, due