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   Delivering the Network Enterprise
               The Army’s Cyber Force
               Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise




                                                 BG Susan S. Lawrence
                                          Commanding General, NETCOM/9th SC (A)
                                                         AFCEA/NOVA Army IT Day
                                              “Transforming to an Enterprise for the Warfighter”
                                                                 23 July 08
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                                                                                  Agenda
           The Army’s Cyber Force
           Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise




       The Need to Change
       The Network Enterprise and the “Big E”
       A Network Dependant Force
       A Vision for NETCOM
       The Network Enterprise Strategy Map
       The Network Service Center
       Take Aways




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                                                                   The Need to Change
           The Army’s Cyber Force
           Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise


      “America is at war and should expect to remain fully engaged
      throughout the world for the next several decades in a persistent
      conflict against an enemy dedicated to U.S. defeat as a nation and
      eradication as a society.”
                                                                       FM 3-0, Introduction
                         Response to a changing environment
 • An era of persistent conflict
 • Operations among the people
 • A pervasive information environment
 • Unpredictable, asymmetric threats
 • Conflict resolution that requires a “whole of government” approach



 Our Army Must be Ready to Respond to the Full Spectrum of Operations
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                                                                              The Network Enterprise
           The Army’s Cyber Force
           Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise




      • What should the Network Enterprise look like?
         A NETCOM Strategy Map that delivers a desktop
        to foxhole capability to the Warfighter
            * Ability to train a dispersed modular force
            * Support dynamic task organization
            * Rapidly deploy anywhere in the world
                          * Ability to fight on arrival
                          * Continuity of battle command




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                                                                                     The “Big E”
           The Army’s Cyber Force
           Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise



   • The ‘Big-E’ is the transformation of Service,
     COCOM, Agency and Multi-National
     enterprises into a whole that is greater than the
     sum of its parts.
   • The ‘Big-E’ must be
         – Seamless
                • Integrated                                         5Se + 9Cc + 50FAs
                • Interoperable                                              +
                                                                   XX Multi-National Partners
         – Secure
                                                                           ≠ BIG-E
         – Agile



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                                                                      A Network-Dependent Force
             The Army’s Cyber Force
             Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise


                      Phasing Model                                                   The strategic environment and
                                                                                     demands of commander-centric,
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                                                                                      network-enabled expeditionary
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             Phas
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                        Phase II
                                       Phase III      Phase IV        Phase V       operations, significantly increases
         Commanders must have a full suite of network
                                                                                             network reliance
             capabilities throughout all phases                                         FM 6-0 Mission Command: Command and Control of Army Forces



         The Network Constantly and Simultaneously Supports Multiple Global Priorities

 The LandWarNet:                                                             Force
                                                                           Generation
 • Forms the Battle Command
   backbone for each commander
 • Enables dynamic task organization
   of corresponding data as                                                                      Strategic
                                                                                                Deployment
   commanders transition through
   the operational phases                                                                                       Operational
                                                                                                                Movement                   Operational
                                                                                                                                            Maneuver
 • Supports the commander’s ability to:                                          Transforming the LWN through:
     • Gain information superiority                                               Expeditionary Operations
     • Make informed decisions                                                    Enterprise Operations
     • Synchronize the warfighting functions                                      The Network Service Center
                                                                                  CONUS, Pacific, Europe Theater Transformation
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                                                         The Command & Control Environment
                     The Army’s Cyber Force
                     Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise

                                                                               Global Counter-Terrorism Force (GCTF) (80)

 +                     JWICS
                                                                             International Security Assistance
                                                                                                                     Armenia, Bahrain,
                                                                                                                     Bangladesh, Bosnia-
                                                                                                                     Herzegovina,
                                                                             Force (ISAF) (37)                       Dominican Republic,
                                                                                                                     Djibouti, Egypt, El
                                  SIPRNET                                                       NATO (26)            Salvador, Eritrea,
                                                                                                                     Ethiopia, Fiji, Georgia,
                                                                               Albania      Belgium, Bulgaria,       Honduras, India, Japan,
 Restrictivity




                                                                               Australia   Canada, Czech Rep,        Jordan, Kazakhstan,
                      NATO-S                                                    Austria     Denmark, Estonia,        Kenya, Kuwait,
                                                                                                                     Kyrgyzstan, Moldova,
                                                                              Azerbaijan     France, Germany,
                                                                                                                     Mongolia, Montenegro,
                                                                                Croatia      Greece, Hungary,        Morocco, Nepal,
                                                 ISAF-S                                    Iceland, Italy, Latvia,   Nicaragua, Oman,
                                                                                Finland
                                                                                Ireland          Lithuania,          Pakistan, Philippines,
                     CENTRIXS                                                 Macedonia        Luxembourg,           Qatar, Russian
                                                                                           Netherlands, Norway,      Federation, Saudi
                                                                             New Zealand                             Arabia, Serbia,
                                                                               Sweden        Poland, Portugal,       Singapore, South
                                                                                            Romania, Slovakia,
                                             NIPRNET                         Switzerland
                                                                                              Slovenia, Spain,
                                                                                                                     Korea, Tajikistan,
                                                                                                                     Thailand, Tonga,
                                                                                             Turkey, UK, USA         Turkmenistan, Ukraine,
                    INTERNET                                                                                         United Arab Emirates,
                                                                                                                     Uzbekistan, Yemen
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                   Multiple Command & Control
                                                                                           Multiple Security Levels
                 Networks with Different Capability
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                                                                                  A Vision for NETCOM
           The Army’s Cyber Force
           Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise




           The Army’s Single IT Service Provider
           Embracing Cyber Operations and Attaining
          Information Superiority
           Achieving a Joint, Multi-National and Inter-
          Agency Network Enterprise




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                                                             Network Enterprise Strategy Map
              The Army’s Cyber Force
              Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise


                                                              Axes of Approach
                 Today (Combat)…
                 •Information capabilities change through different
                                                                                     Today (Business)…
                 combat phases (e.g., Email addresses, phone numbers,                •Inconsistent and ineffective security practices
                 collaboration tools)                                                •Information capabilities change between
                 •Entry into the fight must wait for establishment                   different installations and commands (e.g., Network
                                                                                     access, access to applications, collaboration tools)
                 and configuration of the network
                 •Battle command is disrupted when CPs move                          •Information Technology infrastructure is
                 and the network reconfigures                                        managed inconsistent with priorities

                 Security Axis              LandWarNet Access Axis               Enterprise Applications Axis                Mission Enclave Axis

    Phase I


    Phase II


    Phase III


                                               The Warfighter Needs…
                                                        … an information capability that enables …
                                               •Training of dispersed modular forces
                                               •Dynamic task organization/reorganization
                                               •Rapid deployment anywhere in the world
                                               •The ability to fight on arrival
                                               •Continuity of operations as forces maneuver and supports
                                               warfighting functions (Battle Command, See, Move, Strike,
                                               Protect, Sustain)


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                                                                   Focus on Network Enterprise
           The Army’s Cyber Force
           Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise




              Implement the NSC Construct
              Army Gold Master Baseline on Every Computer Now
              HBSS Implementation Across the Army
              Establish a robust Active Directory environment;
               reduce current forest structure



                                  The Warfighter Needs…
                                          … an information capability that enables …
                                  • Training of dispersed modular forces
                                  • Dynamic task organization/reorganization
                                  • Rapid deployment anywhere in the world
                                  • The ability to fight on arrival
                                  • Continuity of operations as forces maneuver and
                                  supports warfighting functions (Battle Command, See,
                                  Move, Strike, Protect, Sustain)


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                                        Network Service Center Unifying Concept
           The Army’s Cyber Force
           Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise


                                STEP/TELEPORT                    NSC                      NSC
                                      JNN                                                                          NIPR
                                    FIBER                                                                          SIPR
                                     JTRS                                                                           TS
                                      BFT
                                   CSS VSAT                                   NSC                                COALITION

                                TROJAN SPIRIT
                                                                              NETOPS


                                                NSC                                                        NSC
                                                                      Connect       APCs                                     OPERATING FORCE
                                                                                   Services
                                                          G
  GENERATING FORCE                                        I
                                                          G




                                                                  NSC                   NSC




                                                          XX                                                                   OGA              NGO
                                                         JTF
               • Train (As you Fight)
               • Plan                            • Enroute Planning                      • Continuous Operations
               • Configure                          & Rehearsal                          • Dynamic Task Organize               • Creative Collaborations
               • Rehearse                        • Initialization                        • Leverage Global Expertise           • Migrate to Host Nation
               • Model / Simulate                • Fight Joint upon Arrival              • Effects-based                         Infrastructure




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                                                                               LandWarNet 2008
           The Army’s Cyber Force
           Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise


                                                                               19 - 21 August 2008
   Tracks
                                                                            Greater Ft. Lauderdale/Broward
    Network Service Center- Enabling                                        County Convention Center, Ft
   LandWarNet Capabilities                                                          Lauderdale, FL
    Information Assurance – The
   Defender’s Challenge
    Knowledge Management & Business
   Integration
    Commanding the Global LandWarNet
   Through NetOps
    Future Network Systems
    Enabling Expeditionary Operations
    Acquiring, Fielding and Sustaining
   LandWarNet

                                                                   “LandWarNet: Providing and Enabling
                                                                     Joint Generating / Operating Force
                                                                            Network Capabilities”
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                                                                                  Take Aways
           The Army’s Cyber Force
           Operating and Defending the Army’s Network Enterprise




 •    Influence the Services to procure and field
      systems/applications that are both interoperable and
      make efficient use of our scarce network resources

 •    Define and unify the Services under Joint policies and
      training

 •    Establish a deliberate analysis and architectural approach
      to Net-Centricity

 •    Join efforts in a federated program for
      research and development and acquisition
      of systems and applications




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