cyberspace


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A computer-based interactive 3D simulation, in which users take the form of avatars visible to others graphically

cyberspace

(sī′bĕr-spās″) [ cyber- + space]
1. The Internet.
2. An electronic representation of the world as stored in data and shared among computers; the virtual world.
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Third, joint commanders must be aware of the complexities of the space and cyberspace domains, and the operations required for safety of flight and mission assurance.
It is important to understand that space and cyberspace are operational domains to engage and defeat adversarial aggression, not simply support functions to enhance joint air, land and sea operations.
Military cyber strategy is defined as the development and employment of operational cyberspace capabilities integrated with other operational domain capabilities to expand combat power and accomplish the military objectives and missions of the JFC.
Given the pervasive and ubiquitous nature of the cyberspace domain and the fact that the military relies heavily on the commercial sector for interconnectivity, the concept of key terrain becomes especially critical in the context of military cyber power theory.
FM 3-38 is a new publication that codified the concept of CEMA within Army doctrine to synchronize and integrate the activities of cyberspace operations, electronic warfare, and spectrum management operations.
To fully empower commanders with the tools required to execute decisive action, the Army is aggressively pursuing ways to bring more cyberspace operations, electronic warfare, and spectrum management operations capabilities down to the tactical edge.
Additionally, cyberspace extends equally across joint and Navy business and industrial control systems.
At the same time, cyberspace provides a low barrier of entry for a wide range of state and non-state adversaries to effectively challenge and hold Navy forces at risk.
Our FY13 budget request for cyberspace superiority is $4.
Moreover, we have made considerable progress in our efforts to meet the emerging challenges and threats in cyberspace by fielding a Total Force of over 45,000 trained and certified professionals equipped to ensure continuity of operations in cyberspace.
The council will establish the National Center for Cyberspace that will allow gaining complete knowledge about the activities in cyberspace on domestic and international scales and deciding how the country must address arising issues.
rapidly evolving, moving the domain of cyberspace to the front lines of