Cybersecurity training lacking at U.S. military grad schools, report finds

08/13/2013 | NextGov

Curricula at the major U.S. military graduate programs are lacking an adequate focus on cybersecurity, according to a report by a Pell Center fellow that found most of the six schools -- including the Naval and Army War Colleges -- are not doing enough to teach budding officers next-generation war-fighting skills. Among other things, the report found that Joint Professional Military Education lacks specific courses on cybersecurity and fails to include cyber techniques in war gaming exercises.

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