February 29, 2024

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United States: Shaping the Future of Cyberspace

As a dynamic and ever-evolving global domain, cyberspace presents numerous challenges and opportunities. In order to effectively navigate and excel in this complex digital landscape, United States Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) adopts a proactive approach, constantly seeking to remain persistently engaged, agile, and ready.

Leveraging world-class talent and forging strategic partnerships, CYBERCOM harnesses the collective expertise to deliver a decisive global warfighting advantage to the joint force and our valued allies and partners. By embracing innovation, fostering collaboration, and staying at the forefront of technological advancements, CYBERCOM aims to establish itself as a formidable force, shaping cyberspace operations’ future and safeguarding nations’ interests in an increasingly interconnected world.

Gen Paul, Commander of U.S. Cyber Command, said, “Strategic competition has fundamentally changed the character of warfare, from acute threats, pacing challenges, mis/disinformation and advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning, our adversaries continue to challenge international norms and laws.”

CYBERCOM, recognising the significance of collaboration and innovation, has devised an approach to foster engagement and problem-solving with various stakeholders. One of the key initiatives in this regard is the challenge problem set, which catalyses productive conversations and collaborative efforts between CYBERCOM and its partners, as well as the science and technology communities at large.

This problem set is carefully structured into six distinct categories, each encompassing specialised expertise and skill sets that align with external commercial and academic research, development, and product portfolios.

To facilitate accessibility and dissemination, the Command Challenge Problem Set can be found on the CYBERCOM Portal, specifically on the “Technical Outreach Division” page within the comprehensive “Partnerships and Outreach” section. This dedicated section serves as a valuable resource for interested individuals and organisations seeking to explore the challenge problem set and actively contribute to the pursuit of solutions to intricate and multifaceted problems within cyberspace.

By making this document readily available and easily accessible within the “Resources Section” of the CYBERCOM Portal, the command actively encourages the exchange of ideas, expertise, and collaborative efforts, thereby fostering a vibrant ecosystem of innovation and problem-solving in the realm of cybersecurity.

Emphasising the importance of partnerships and outreach, CYBERCOM strives to leverage the collective wisdom and in of a diverse range of stakeholders, reinforcing its commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advancements and ensuring the continued security and resilience of critical networks and information infrastructure.

In its efforts to expand collaboration and forge stronger alliances, CYBERCOM has actively pursued partnerships beyond the industry sector. The engagements with industry partners can be anticipated to increase significantly. However, CYBERCOM’s scope of collaboration also extends to other entities within the Department of Defence.

This includes fostering relationships with organisations like the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Defence Innovation Unit (DIU), and the recently established Chief Digital and AI Office. By forming these strategic partnerships, CYBERCOM aims to tap into a broader network of expertise and resources, enhancing its capabilities and staying at the forefront of technological advancements in the realm of cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.


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