The National Guard decodes how to beat encrypted attacks

U.S. Cyber Command focuses on deterring cyberthreats from impacting the homeland, but could hold less direct authority if an internal threat targets the critical infrastructure of a state. That’s why 40 states have representatives in an annual large-scale cyber exercise that kicked off late last week.

Cyber Shield 19, which runs until April 20, brings together members of the National Guard, who answer to the governors of their respective states, and has them work with industry to improve incident response to cyber events.

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