The Cyberwarfare Market 2011-2021

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The Cyberwarfare Market 2011-2021
Cyberwarfare is the current single greatest emerging threat to national security. In 2010, nations worldwide placed cyberwar at the forefront of their defence planning, and provision of government cyber solutions is the single greatest growth market in the defence and security sector. Based on Visiongain’s research, global spending in 2011 on cyberwarfare will reach $12.5bn.

This authoritative Visiongain defence report analyses the rapidly growing cyberwarfare market, exploring in detail its potential from 2011-2021. This analytical report examines current, future and potential contract and market prospects for current and new entrants into the uniquely flourishing cyberwarfare market.

Events in 2010 such as the discovery of the Stuxnet virus have left little doubt as to the potential implications of nations failing to develop adequate cyberwarfare capabilities. Cyberwarfare is no longer seen as an aside to conventional defence but as a fourth area of operations alongside air, land and sea. As cyberspace revolutionises the way nations see their defence, a whole new market for defence sales is rapidly growing. As many nations seek to reduce overall defence expenditures, understanding this complex and vibrant new cyberwarfare market will be vital for companies seeking to grow in the defence sector.

How much do individual countries plan to spend on cyberwarfare between 2011 and 2021? Where are the growth opportunities over the next decade? How is cyberwarfare changing defence planning around the world? Which products and companies are leading the way in cyberwarfare? These critical questions and many more can be answered by Visiongain’s in-depth research presented in this report.

A comprehensive analysis of the cyberwarfare market

In particular, The Cyberwarfare Market 2011-2021 focuses on the following aspects of the market -
  • Forecasts of the global cyberwarfare market from 2011-2021.
  • Forecasts of the 12 leading national cyberwarfare markets from 2011-2021.
  • Review of significant cyberwarfare companies, organisations and programmes.
  • Analysis of strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats affecting the cyberwarfare market.
  • Interviews with experts in the fields of cyberwarfare, cybersecurity and information protection.
  • Profiles of over 20 key companies involved in the cyberwarfare market.
The Cyberwarfare Market 2011-2021 report examines the market critically through the review of a broad range of available information. The sources include government and company reports, news and interviews of several experts in the field. Visiongain applied financial forecasting and qualitative analyses to produce a comprehensive market report with detailed analysis and informed opinion.

This visiongain defence report will be valuable to those involved in the cyberwarfare market or who wish to take part in it in the future.

Why you should buy this report:
  • You will receive a comprehensive analysis of the global prospects for the cyberwarfare market with detailed forecasts over the period 2011-2021.
  • You will discover the predicted sales for the 12 leading national cyberwarfare markets from 2011-2021.
  • You will understand the forces that are influencing and characterise the market for cyberwarfare.
  • You will be able to study 57 tables, charts and graphs quantifying the cyberwarfare market in detail over the period 2011-2021.
  • You will receive a SWOT analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats affecting the cyberwarfare market.
  • You will read original interviews and expert opinion from three leading specialists in the field:
  • NATO
  • Symantec
  • ArcSight
  • You will learn about more than 20 leading companies involved in the cyberwarfare marketplace.
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE CYBERWARFARE MARKET

2.1 What is Cyberwarfare?
  2.1.1 States
  2.1.2 Companies
  2.1.3 Private Actors
2.2 The Threat of Cyberwarfare
2.3 Types of Cyber Attack
  2.3.1 Disinformation, Propaganda and Vandalism
  2.3.2 Compromised Equipment
  2.3.3 Cyber Espionage and Intelligence Gathering
  2.3.4 Disruption of Critical Infrastructure
  2.3.5 Reconnaissance
  2.3.6 Remote Control
2.4 Cyber Weapons
  2.4.1 Botnet
  2.4.2 Distributed Denial-of-Service
  2.4.3 Logic Bomb
  2.4.4 Other Malicious Software
2.5 Cyber Defences
  2.5.1 Firewalls
  2.5.2 Intrusion Detection Systems
  2.5.3 Intrusion Prevention Systems
  2.5.4 Network Access Controls
  2.5.5 Virtual Private Networks
  2.5.6 Vulnerability Scanners
  2.5.7 Non-Public Networks
2.6 Notable Cyber Attacks
  2.6.1 Estonia 2007
  2.6.2 Operation Orchard
  2.6.3 Georgia 2008
  2.6.4 Kyrgyzstan 2009
  2.6.5 South Korea 2009
  2.6.6 Cyber Espionage: GhostNet
  2.6.7 Aurora
  2.6.8 Chinese Diversion of Internet Traffic
  2.6.9 2010 Cyber Attacks on Israel
  2.6.10 Stuxnet
2.7 The Benefits of This Report
2.8 Methods

3. THE GLOBAL CYBERWARFARE MARKET

3.1 Global Cyberwarfare Market
3.2 US Share of the Global Cyberwarfare Market
3.3 Market Share 2011 vs 2021
3.4 Fastest-Growing National Cyberwarfare Markets

4. LEADING NATIONAL CYBERWARFARE MARKETS

4.1 The US Cyberwarfare Market
  4.1.1 CNCI
  4.1.2 US CYBERCOM
    4.1.2.1 ARCYBER
    4.1.2.2 AFCYBER
    4.1.2.3 FLTCYBERCOM
    4.1.2.4 MARFORCYBER
  4.1.3 NSA
    4.1.3.1 Perfect Citizen
  4.1.4 DISA
  4.1.5 DHS
    4.1.5.1 National Cyber Security Centre
    4.1.5.2 National Protection and Programs Directorate
    4.1.5.3 Office of Cyber Security and Communications
    4.1.5.4 Einstein II
    4.1.5.5 Cyberstorm III
    4.1.5.6 Cyber Awareness Month
4.2 The Chinese Cyberwarfare Market
  4.2.1 Great Firewall
  4.2.2 Internet Re-routing
  4.2.3 Operation Aurora
  4.2.4 New Government Regulations
  4.2.5 Attacks in India
4.3 The UK Cyberwarfare Market
  4.3.1 SDSR
  4.3.2 UK Cyber Security Strategy
  4.3.3 GCHQ
    4.3.3.1 UK Cyber Security Operations Center
  4.3.4 Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance
  4.3.5 Northrop Cyber Range UK
  4.3.6 Joint Services Protocol 440
4.4 The Russian Cyberwarfare Market
  4.4.1 Estonia Attack
  4.4.2 Georgia Attack
  4.4.3 Criminal Gangs
4.5 The Israeli Cyberwarfare Market
  4.5.1 Tehila Department
  4.5.2 Gilad Team
  4.5.3 Unit 8200
4.6 The French Cyberwarfare Market
  4.6.1 French Network and Information Security Agency
4.7 The Japanese Cyberwarfare Market
  4.7.1 NISC
4.8 The Indian Cyberwarfare Market
  4.8.1 Response to GhostNet
  4.8.2 Closed Market
4.9 The German Cyberwarfare Market
  4.9.1 Strategic Reconnaissance Command
  4.9.2 Federal Office for Information Security
4.10 The South Korean Cyberwarfare Market
  4.10.1 Cyberwarfare Command
  4.10.2 Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA)
  4.10.3 Theft of Plan 5027
4.11 The Canadian Cyberwarfare Market
  4.11.1 CSEC
  4.11.2 CCIRC
4.12 The Australian Cyberwarfare Market
  4.12.1 Restructuring of Australian Cybersecurity
4.13 The Row and International Cyberwarfare Market

5. SWOT ANALYSIS

5.1 Strengths
  5.1.1 Increasing Demand for Cyber-Security Products
  5.1.2 Growing Threat of Cyber Attacks
  5.1.3 Better Awareness of Consequences
  5.1.4 Rapid Technological Development
5.2 Weaknesses
  5.2.1 Delays in Developing National Cyber Strategies
  5.2.2 Complacent Attitudes to Information Security
  5.2.3 Perceptions of Exaggerated Cyber Threats
  5.2.4 Global Economic Outlook
5.3 Opportunities
  5.3.1 Growth in Government Cyber Budgets
  5.3.2 Changing Threats Drive Innovation
  5.3.3 Accelerating Adoption of Cybersecurity Products
  5.3.4 Software Companies Offering Commercial Products
  5.3.5 IPv6
5.4 Threats
  5.4.1 Using Commercial Products to Meet Government Needs
  5.4.2 Limited Budgets in Less-Developed Countries
  5.4.3 Difficulties Establishing Cyber Agencies
  5.4.4 Delaying Uptake While Products Mature
  5.4.5 IPv6
  5.4.6 Market Consolidation

6. EXPERT OPINION

6.1 Jamie Shea, NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges
  6.1.1 Addressing Emerging Threats
  6.1.2 Protecting From Cyber Attacks
  6.1.3 The Role of Article 5 in Cyberwar
  6.1.4 Deterring Cyber Attacks
  6.1.5 Legislating for Cyberspace
  6.1.6 Coordinating National Responses to Cyberattack
  6.1.7 The Impact of Stuxnet on NATO
  6.1.8 The Fatal Implications of Cyberwar
  6.1.9 The Crucial Role of Private Industry in Cyberspace
6.2 Ilias Chantzos, Director Government Relations EMEA, Pacific & Japan, Symantec
  6.2.1 Leading the Information Security Field
  6.2.2 The Growing Cybersecurity Market
  6.2.3 Worldwide Growth in Cybersecurity
  6.2.4 The Increasing Role of COTS in Cybersecurity
  6.2.5 The Future Role of Cloud in Government Cyberspace
  6.2.7 Symantec’s Analysis of Stuxnet
  6.2.8 Stuxnet: The Cyberwar Game Changer
  6.2.9 The Impact of Stuxnet
  6.2.10 Identifying Cyber Attackers
  6.2.11 Responding to Anonymity in Cyberspace
6.3 Rick Caccia, Vice-President, Product Marketing, ArcSight
  6.3.1 Leading the Security Information Event Management Market
  6.3.2 Cutting Cyber Response Times
  6.3.3 Supporting Government Cybersecurity Clients
  6.3.4 Protecting Public and Private Infrastructure
  6.3.5 Technical Developments in Cybersecurity
  6.3.6 Detecting Internal Leaks
  6.3.7 Government and Commercial Markets
  6.3.8 Strategic Vision for the Cybersecurity Market
  6.3.9 The US and World Markets
  6.3.10 International Growth and Asian Expansion

7. LEADING COMPANIES

7.1 BAE Systems
7.2 Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS)
7.3 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
7.4 F-Secure Corporation
7.5 General Dynamics Corporation
7.6 Global Defence Technologies & Systems Inc. (GTEC)
7.7 Hewlett Packard
7.8 Kaspersky Lab
7.9 L-3 Communications
7.10 Lockheed Martin Corporation
7.11 ManTech International Corporation
7.12 McAfee Inc
7.13 Microsoft
7.14 NetWitness Corporation
7.15 Northrop Grumman Corporation
7.16 Raytheon Company
7.17 Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
7.18 Spirent Communications
7.19 Symantec Corporation
7.20 Thales Group

8. CONCLUSIONS

9. GLOSSARY

LIST OF TABLES

Table 3.1 Global Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 3.2 Global Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 3.3 Leading National Cyberwarfare Market Forecasts 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 3.4 US vs Non-US Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2010-2021, ($m, AGR%)
Table 3.5 US vs Non-US Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2010-2021
Table 3.6 Leading National Cyberwarfare Market Forecasts, 2011 and 2021 ($m)
Table 3.7 Leading National Cyberwarfare Market Forecast Share 2011, 2021 and Change from 2011-2021($m, %)
Table 3.8 Global Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021
Table 4.1 US Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.2 US Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.3 Chinese Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.4 Chinese Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.5 UK Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.6 UK Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.7 Russian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.8 Russian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.9 Israeli Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.10 Israeli Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.11 French Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.12 French Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.13 Japanese Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.14 Japanese Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.15 Indian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.16 Indian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.17 German Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.18 German Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.19 South Korean Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.20 South Korean Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.21 Canadian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.22 Canadian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.23 Australian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.24 Australian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.25 RoW Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m, AGR %)
Table 4.26 RoW Cyberwarfare Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Cyberwarfare Market 2011-2021

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 3.1 Global Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 3.2 US vs Non-US Cyberwarfare Market, 2011 & 2021, ($m)
Figure 3.3 US vs Non-US Cyberwarfare Market Forecast, 2011-2021, ($m)
Figure 3.4 Leading National Cyberwarfare Market Share 2011 ($m, %)
Figure 3.5 Leading National Cyberwarfare Market Forecast Share 2021 ($m, %)
Figure 4.1 US Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.2 US Cyberwarfare Organisational Chart
Figure 4.3 US CYBERCOM Organisational Chart
Figure 4.4 Malicious Cyber Activity Against US DoD 2000-2010 (Number of incidents)
Figure 4.5 Chinese Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.6 UK Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.7 UK Malicious Software Threats, 2002-2009
Figure 4.8 Russian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.9 Israeli Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.10 French Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.11 Japanese Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.12 Indian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.13 German Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.14 South Korean Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.15 Canadian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.16 Australian Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)
Figure 4.17 RoW Cyberwarfare Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($m)

COMPANIES MENTIONED IN THIS REPORT
:
APC
APNIC
ArcSight Inc.
Armonk
BAE Systems
BAE Systems Australia
BAE Systems Information Solutions
Boeing Corporation
Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS)
Boeing Cyber and Information Solutions Division
Boeing Intelligence and Security Systems
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
CACI
CA Technologies
China Telecom
Cisco
CloudShield Technologies Inc.
Cobham
Cosentini Associates
Cyber Security Alliance
Dell
Detica Ltd.
Diebold
EMCІ
F-Secure Corporation
Fararo Paya
Federated Software Group Inc.
General Dynamics Corporation
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
Global Defence Technologies & Systems Inc. (GTEC)
Good Harbor Consulting LLC
Google
GuardianEdge
Hewlett Packard (HP)
IBM
IDC China Telecommunication
iDefense
Information Warfare Monitor (IWM)
Intel Corporation
Johnson Controls
Juniper Networks
Kaspersky Lab
L-3 Communications
L-3 STRATIS
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lockheed Martin Center for Cyber Security Innovation
Lockheed Martin NexGen Cyber Innovation and Technology Center
Lockheed Martin Security Intelligence Center
Lockheed Martin Wireless Cyber Security Testing Laboratory
ManTech International Corporation
ManTech Cyber Solutions International Inc.
McAfee Inc.
MessageLabs
Microsoft
Microsoft Defence Solutions
Microsoft Government Solutions
MTCSC
NetApp
NetWitness Corporation
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Northrop Grumman Cyber Security Operations Center (CSOC)
Northrop Grumman Cyberspace Solutions Center (CSSC)
PayPal
PGP Corporation
QinetiQ
QinetiQ North America
QinetiQ North America Security and Intelligence Solutions
Raytheon Company
Raytheon Cybersecurity Solutions Division
Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions
Reuters
RSA Security
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
SecDev Group
Secureworks
Shadowserver
Signature Consultants LLC
Signature Government Solutions LLC
Spirent Communications
Stratsec.net Pty Ltd.
Symantec Corporation
Tapestry Solutions Inc.
Thales Group
Thales Information Systems Security
Trusted Computer Solutions
Tulip Systems Inc.
TWD & Associates
Vacon
VeriSign Inc.
Veritas
VirusBlokAda
VMware
Wikileaks
Yahoo
Zytel Corporation
Government Agencies and other Organisations Mentioned In This Report:
Australian Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT)
Australian Cyber-Security Operations Group (CSOC)
Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre (CCIRC)
Canadian Department of National Defence (DND)
Canadian Government Operations Centre (GOC)
Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)
Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC)
Computer Emergency Response Team of Australia (CERT Australia)
Computer Emergency Response Team of Estonia (CERT Estonia)
Estonian Informatics Centre
EU
European Commission
European Commission Directorate General Information Society
European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)
French Central Directorate for Information Systems Security
French Network and Information Security Agency (FNISA)
French Secretariat-General for National Defence (SGDN)
German Bundeswehr
German Department of Information and Computer Network Operations
German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI)
German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV)
German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), Counter-Intelligence Division
German Interior Ministry
German Strategic Reconnaissance Command (KdoStratAufkl)
Indian Army
Indian Army Cyber Security Establishment (ACSE)
Indian Cabinet Secretariat
Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In)
Indian Department of Information Technology
Indian Ministry of Communications & Information Technology
Indian Ministry of Defence
Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)
Indian National Informatics Centre (NIC)
Information Warfare Monitor (IWM) (Canada)
Israeli Unit 8200 (Central Collection Unit (CCU))
Israeli Defence Corps
Israeli Defence Forces
Israeli Foreign Ministry
Israeli Gilad Team
Israeli Intelligence Corps
Israeli Ministry of Finance
Israeli Tehila Department
Japanese Ministry of Defence (MoD)
Japanese National Information Security Center (NISC)
Japanese National Information Security Policy Council
Japanese Self-Defense Forces (JSDF)
Moffett Federal Airfield
Munk Centre for International Studies
NASA
NASA AMES Research Center
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation)
NATO Co-operative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE)
NATO Emerging Security Challenges Division
NATO Incident Management Section
NATO Office of Information and Press
NATO Public Diplomacy Division
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
Pakistani Embassy, Washington
Public Safety Canada
Republic of Korea Air Force
Republic of Korea Army
Republic of Korea Navy
South Korean Defense Security Command (DSC)
South Korean Information Security Agency
South Korean Information Technology (IT) International Cooperation Agency
South Korean Internet & Security Agency (KISA)
South Korean National Intelligence Service (NIS)
(South Korean) National Internet Development Agency of Korea
South Korean Ministry of National Defense (MND)
South Korean / US Combined Forces Command (CFC)
Unit 8200
UK Cabinet Office
UK Cyber Operations Group
UK Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC)
UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ)
UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)
UK Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance (OCS)
UK Police Force
UK Police Force Central eCrime Unit
UK Royal Navy
United Nations (UN)
University of Queensland
University of Toronto
US 1st Information Operations Command (Land)
US 7th Psychological Operations Group HQ
US 67th Network Warfare Wing
US 688th Information Operations Wing
US 689th Combat Communications Wing
US Army
US Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER)
US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)
US Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM/9th Army Signals Command)
US Air Force (USAF)
US Air Force Cyber Command (AFCYBER)
US Air Force Research Laboratory
US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US CERT)
US-China Economic and Security Review Commission
US Coast Guard (USCG)
US Congress
US Cyber Command (CYBERCOM)
US Cyber Consequences Unit
US Cyber Innovation Center
US Defence Advanced Research Agency (DARPA)
US Defence Advanced Research Agency (DARPA) National Cyber Range
US Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA)
US Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA)
US Department of Agriculture
US Department for Homeland Security (DHS)
US Department of Commerce
US Department of Defense (DoD)
US Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3)
US Department of Defense, Defense Industrial Base (DIB)
US Department of Defense, Defense Industrial Base Cyber Security Task Force
US Department of Defense Intelligence Information System (DoDIIS) Enterprise
US Department of Energy
US Department of Health
US Department of Justice
US Department of State
US Department of the Interior
US Department of the Treasury
US Department of Transportation
US Environment Protection Agency
US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
US Federal Bureau of Investigation; Criminal, Cyber, Responses and Services
US Federal Bureau of Investigation Cyber Division
US Fort Belvoir, Barlyand
US Fort Meade, Maryland
US General Services Administration (GAS)
US Homeland Security Council
US Integrated Cyber Center
US Integrated Cyber Center, Joint Operations Center
US Marine Corps (USMC)
US Marine Corps Cyrptologic Support Battalion (NCSB)
US Marine Corps Marine Force Cyber Command (MARFORCYBER)
US Marine Corps Marine Force Cyber Command, Command Element
US Marine Corps Network Operations Security Center (MCNOSC)
US National Counter-Intelligence Executive
US National Cyber Response Co-ordination Group (NCRCG)
US National Cyber Security Alliance
US National Cyber Security Center
US National Cyber Security and Communications Integration Center
US National Cyber Security Division (NCSD)
US National Protection and Programs Directorate
US National Security Agency (NSA)
US Naval Academy
US Naval Academy Foundation
US Naval Academy Foundation Center for Cyber Security Studies
US Naval Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC)
US Naval Information Operations Command (NIOC)
US Naval Network Warfare Command (NNWC)
US Navy (USN)
US Navy Combined Task Forces
US Navy Fleet Cyber Command (FLTCYBERCOM)
US Office of Cyber Security and Communications (CS&C)
US Office of Cyber Security and Communications, National Cyber Security Division (NCSD)
US Office of Emergency Communications
US Office of Management and Budget
US Strategic Command (STRATCOM)
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