With jurisdiction from the bottom of the ocean to deep space, U.S. Strategic Command has its hands full in a very complex world. CNET Road Trip 2013 visited to better understand the mission.
Stratcom oversees everything from flying B-2s bombers over Libya to military space analysis. CNET's Daniel Terdiman went behind the hallowed doors of the former Strategic Air Command on Road Trip 2013.
The talks will focus on the theft of U.S. intellectual property and will kick off as part of the yearly "Strategic and Economic Dialogue" between China and the U.S., The New York Times reports.
With 631 active command and control servers, the U.S. far surpasses any other country when it comes to malware-controlled zombie computers, says the antivirus vendor.
If the U.S. fights a nuclear war, top military brass could run it from aboard the National Airborne Operations Center. CNET Road Trip 2013 went on board one of the militarized 747s.
Picking up where it left off during the summer, the futuristic aircraft carries out at-sea maneuvers on and around its third aircraft carrier.
Keith Alexander says to protect military networks government must focus on several key areas, including hunting for malware and working with stakeholders.
With Army Gen. Keith Alexander at the helm, Cyber Command is now on its mission--unifying and protecting Defense Department's computer networks against cyberattack.
U.S. Cyber Command, which will operate the computer networks used by the Defense Department, is waiting on congressional approval of its new commander.
Gen. Keith Alexander, who also runs the U.S. Cyber Command, says it's time to "refine the roles of government and the private sector in securing this nation's critical networks."