Command and Control for the New Navy Orientation and Response Model - Cyber Academic Group
This project addresses automated behavior based computer network defense and cyber analysis techniques. The study will explore impacts on C2 as cyber operations evolve, and assess implications for USMC cyber operations policy and doctrine. Objectives of the study are to examine automated behavior based computed network defense and critique cyber analysis techniques. Command and control in cyber warfare requires command decisions under cognitive overload from an overwhelming volume and variety of multi-source data. We propose to investigate computer assisted methods for identifying the subset of available information relevant to making decisions in particular situations, based on analysis of computer models of related cognitive tasks.