Cyber Command Needs Silicon Valley Input, Official Says

By Michael Macagnone (March 16, 2016, 7:16 PM EDT) -- U.S. Cyber Command's head argued for further cooperation with private sector companies at a House budget hearing Wednesday, saying that as the U.S. Department of Defense ramps up its cyberspace capabilities, it must draw on expertise from companies in Silicon Valley and elsewhere.

As the DOD's cyber capabilities move toward full operational capabilities in the next two years, Adm. Michael Rogers told a House Armed Services subcommittee that he viewed reaching out to private-sector companies as a necessary part of the command.

"We have to view this as a much more of a broader partnership," said Rogers, who is also the...

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