Cyber Endeavor is U.S. European Command’s seminar series focused on cyber defense collaboration and familiarization. This venue focuses on strengthening partner nation’s cyber defense capabilities through seminars, events and exercise support. Its purpose is to improve force readiness for deployment in support of multinational crisis response, exercise and future missions.
Twenty-nine nations and three international organizations participated in the Combined Endeavor Main Planning Conference. The conference deliverables assisted in designing a mission network that utilized an interoperable “bring your own devices model” and ensured the international coalition audience was able to participate. Ultimately, the mission network contributed toward constructing an exercise operational scenario across land, air and cyberspace domains.
Today’s students are achieving a base level understanding of what cyber security and safety means at a much earlier age than my own generation. Take the time now to talk about cyber awareness and security before it's too late.
Wars are not always fought on the battlefield; some occur in places we can't even see like 'the network'. For most countries, namely the nearly 40 here at Combined Endeavor 2013, cyber security is the number one concern for these 1,200 communications professionals in keeping their networks safe and operational.
Cyber Defense experts from the California National Guard traveled to Kiev, Ukraine to conduct a Cyber Security Familiarization, Awareness and Workforce Development Seminar with the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense Armed Services, 19 – 21 March 2013.
On Sept. 20, a closing ceremony at the Joint Military Training Command on U.S. Army Garrison Grafenwoehr, Germany, ended the 18th year of the world’s largest military communications exercise, Combined Endeavor 2012.
Without the 1st Combat Communications Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany and the 35th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, Charlie Company, Port Nuevo, Puerto Rico, Combined Endeavor 2012 could not happen.
Looking through the crowd of 147 multinational distinguished guests in their military uniforms and business suits, is difficult not to appreciate the level of commitment that each nation has made toward building partnerships.
After 18 years, Combined Endeavor is no longer just a 10-nation workshop conducting point to radio testing, but now over 40 countries are analyzing fully converged networks with command and control systems integration.
Increasing our partners’ cyber defense postures to protect and defend against threats and vulnerabilities which disrupt free use of the global information grid is a top priority here at EUCOM where we are committed to building enduring cyber defense partnerships with Albania and other NATO and Partnership for Peace (PfP) countries.
The week-long mid planning conference for exercise Combined Endeavor 2012 (CE12), U.S. European Command’s largest communications interoperability exercise, began today with more than 300 participants attending to continue the planning and testing for this year’s exercise.
The week-long initial planning conference for exercise Combined Endeavor 2012 (CE12), U.S. European Command’s largest communications interoperability exercise, began today with more than 250 participants attending to begin planning.
We know that cyber attacks are employed not just for cyber crime (i.e. to access your bank account), but also to discredit national agencies and governments (i.e. the cyber attacks against Estonia and Georgia). It is incumbent on all of us to “know our enemy” to best defend against such attacks. The best means for doing so is for governments to regularly partner with academia and the private sector (i.e. with IT safety enterprises) to form a sort of cyber coalition.
Members of the Ukraine military are improving their communications skills and forming strong working relationships with more than 35 other nations from around the world during Combined Endeavor 2011, which began Sept. 8, in Grafenwoehr, Germany.
Service members of Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia are working alongside more than 35 other nations from around the world to enhance interoperability and obtain different techniques to operate during Combined Endeavor 2011, which began Sept. 8, in Grafenwoehr, Germany.
Service members of the Spanish armed forces are expanding their communications skills and strengthening relationships with more than 35 other nations from around the world during Combined Endeavor 2011, which began, Sept. 8, in Grafenwoehr, Germany.
Representatives from 40 nations, local fire fighters and civilians gathered in Grafenwoehr, Germany, at the Camp Aachen parade field, to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks that killed 2,977.
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