October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. This blog post talks to our families the importance of understanding Stop.Think.Connect. and applying it at home. Stop.Think.Connect. is a national public awareness campaign aimed at increasing the understanding of cyber threats and empowering the American public to be safer and more secure online.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. This blog post introduces EUCOM's audience to Stop.Think.Connect., a national public awareness campaign aimed at increasing the understanding of cyber threats and empowering the American public to be safer and more secure online.
Historians and military tacticians have studied this battle for the past 70 years and have come up with many reasons for the failure of the operation. EUCOM's Command Historian, Dan Fitzpatrick, focuses on one potential reason - command climate.
Prior to the Normandy beach landings on June 6th, the Allies conducted all sorts of training exercises in England to prepare troops for what they would face in France. These exercises covered all facets of the invasion, but one of the most important was the actual landing of troops and equipment onto the beaches.
Cyber Endeavor is U.S. European Command’s seminar series focused on cyber defense collaboration and familiarization. This venue focuses on strengthening partner nation’s cyber defense capabilities through seminars, events and exercise support. Its purpose is to improve force readiness for deployment in support of multinational crisis response, exercise and future missions.
The World Wars undoubtedly exemplified how joint operations were not only helpful, but essential. And D-Day was no exception. One of the notable examples of joint operations was among the Army Engineers and Navy Construction Battalions, or Seabees.
USEUCOM, together with OFDA, USAID is providing the Joint Humanitarian Operations Course to countries that need a plan when disaster strikes to ensure humanitarian assistance can be delivered in time to save lives.
The Director of U.S. European Command Directorate of Logistics is the newly-elected Chairman of the Board for the Multinational Logistics Coordination Centre and in this blog he talks about his visit to the centre and the benefits it brings to the members and USEUCOM.
Today’s students are achieving a base level understanding of what cyber security and safety means at a much earlier age than my own generation. Take the time now to talk about cyber awareness and security before it's too late.
Stealing someone's identity in this digital information age has become a lot easier than it used to be. In this blog, Jason Cullum of USEUCOM's Cyber Directorate discusses how these crimes happen and ways to protect yourself from it happening to you.
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