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It also sets five strategy goals for cyberspace missions:
- DoD must defend its own networks, systems, and information.
- DoD must be prepared to defend the United States and its interests against cyber attacks of significant consequence.
- If directed by the President of the Secretary of Defense, DoD must be able to provide integrated cyber capabilities to support military operations and contingency plans.
The full 2015 strategy is available here. You can find the Defense Department fact sheet here.
- Build and maintain ready forces and capabilities to conduct cyberspace operations;
- Defend the DoD information network, secure DoD data, and mitigate risks to DoD missions;
- Be prepared to defend the U.S. homeland and U.S. vital interests from disruptive or destructive cyberattacks of significant consequence;
- Build and maintain viable cyber options and plan to use those options to control conflict escalation and to shape the conflict environment at all stages;
- Build and maintain robust international alliances and partnerships to deter shared threats and increase international security and stability.