CYBER SCHOOL TRAINING
The U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence Cyber School trains more than 1,300 students annually, and that number is growing. As the need to secure and defend our networks and the networks of our allies grows, and the need to defeat our enemies in and through cyberspace, so does the need for training. The U.S. Army Cyber School is the Army’s premiere cyber training location for U.S. joint forces and our coalition joint partners across the globe.
A prime example of this is the latest iteration of the Cyberspace Operations Planners Course that wrapped up on Oct. 15. It is unique because it was the first of this course to graduate students from the Australian Defence Force, Soldiers from across the U.S. Army and a U.S. Marine.
“Having such a diverse class creates a synergy and learning environment that builds lasting partnerships for enhanced interoperability across the U.S. Department of Defense and with our allies around the globe,” said Brig. Gen. Neil Hersey, U.S. Army Cyber School commandant.