DoD Strategy for Defending Networks, Systems, and Data (DDNSD)
The DoD Strategy for Defending Networks, Systems, and Data (DDNSD), published 2013, identifies strategic imperatives to ensure protection, integrity, and assurance of the Department's cyber assets. It focuses on four key areas: establishing a resilient cyber defense posture, transforming cyber defense operations, enhancing cyber situational awareness, and assuring survivability against highly sophisticated cyber attack.
Cyber Workforce Strategy
Published in 2013, this comprehensive strategy is being implemented to transform legacy and evolving workforces - such as information technology and information assurance - into a cohesive cyberspace workforce. The Cyber Workforce Strategy focuses on recruiting, training, and retaining the necessary workforce to build and operate DoD's networks, as well as defending U.S. national security interests in cyberspace. This workforce will ensure DoD can acquire, structure, operate, and defend its information, networks, systems, services, and capabilities to achieve cyberspace operational and strategic advantage.