From 17-30 April 2016, the Indiana National Guard and Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center hosted Cyber Shield 2016. More than 1000 participants from 47 states participated in the event from both the Army and Air National Guard, Army Reserve, and Marine Corps Reserve, which is more than double the participation of 2015 and triple that of 2014. The thoughtful integration of Industry Partners into teams alongside their military counterparts served to increase the realism of the event.
Indiana National Guard participates in Cyber Shield 2016
Military Lawyers help Cyber Warriors navigate the 21st Century Battlefield
Critical training tests the skills of Cyber Warriors
The Army National Guard’s annual response exercise, Cyber Shield is being conducted at Camp Atterbury-Muscatatuck March 9-20, with a focus on developing Industrial Control Systems/Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition defense scenarios.
More than 42 states and territories to include Army National Guard, Air National Guard and Reserve Component service members will participate in the cyber exercise that is designed to develop, train and exercise National Guard cyber-capable forces.
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