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1 Navy Information Warfare Pavilion 19 February RADM Matthew Kohler, Naval Information Forces

2 It s All About Warfighting 2

3 IDC Reserve Command July 2012 Information Dominance Forces TYCOM October 2014 Information Warfare Community Transition January 2016 IDC Established December 2009 C10F/Fleet Cyber Command January 2010 Information Dominance Warfare Officer / Enlisted Information Dominance Warfare Specialist Devices September 2010 Mission of Information Warfare: IWDC Provide sufficient overmatch in wartime Command and ; Maintain superior knowledge of the battlespace and adversaries; Project power through and across all domains. 3

4 in a highly informationalized and contested environment 4

5 Mission Statement Strategic Environment 3 major and interrelated global forces Classic Maritime System Global Information System Increasing Rate of Technological Creation and Adoption Fourth force shaping our actions - the budget 5 Challenges (4+1) Russia and China North Korea and Iran International Terrorist Groups Design vs Plan Core Attributes Integrity / Accountability / Initiative / Toughness 5

6 Strengthen Naval Power At And From Sea (Blue) Achieve High Velocity Learning At Every Level (Green) Strengthen Our Navy Team For The Future (Gold) Expand And Strengthen Our Network Of Partners (Purple) all 4 LOEs important, and inextricably linked 6

7 Information Warfare Non-Kinetic/Kinetic Manned/Unmanned Expand the Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare concept To include space and cyberspace With the Fleet Cybersecurity/CYBERSAFE Protect Detect React Restore Assured Command and / Battlespace Awareness / Integrated Fires All through the lens of the 3 Pillars 7

8 Task Force Cyber Awakening Navy Cybersecurity Division Information is a warfare domain and cyber is as important as the next missile or platform it s now Commander s Business, requires an All Hands Effort and a cultural change throughout DoD. Today: Cyber assessments, initiatives, investments across the Enterprise All Systems Afloat and Ashore Command,, Communications, Computers, & Intelligence (C4I) Weapons Systems Hull, Mechanical & Electrical (HM&E) and Industrial Systems 8

9 Architecture Framework Initial consensus on Architecture Framework Synchronizes cybersecurity architectural strategies, standards and plans Requirements Developed collection of draft Key Systems Attributes (KSA) and other systems attributes Developing OPNAV Instruction (w/ KSAs) will be part of SECNAV Acquisition Manual Strategy Outlined cybersecurity strategy w/ focus on top-level strategic goals Develop operational concepts, cyber resiliency, workforce, organize for optimal effectiveness Risk Posture Developing dashboard with FCC, IFOR, SYSCOMs Organized by views Operating Forces, Echelon II Developing measures for Navy Cyber Resilience Communications Navy cybersecurity communications campaign in coordination with stakeholders Released NAVADMIN, articles on navy.mil and Navy s Facebook page, videos, infographics Standards IT/IA Technical Authority Board (TAB) has 20 of 48 standards signed, or being reviewed 2 CYBERSAFE standards signed 4 of 16 FY16 standards being reviewed CYBERSAFE Developed CYBERSAFE Certification Guidance & Test Plan IT/IA TAB developed CYBERSAFE Selection Criteria & Requirements SYSCOMs developed Strategic Roadmap for their programs Training Working Group to synchronize training NETC User Working Group Leader SYSCOMs Enhanced User These actions are foundational for Cyber Resilience 9

10 Definition Specific set of requirements for design, procurement, material controls, maintenance and ops procedures, along with the change in organizational culture and crew proficiency required to institute these requirements, applied to a selected subset of platform system elements or components for which a failure caused by a cyber attack would result in loss of critical mission capability, mission critical equipment, and/or personal injury. Modeled After SUBSAFE Tenets Independent Technical Authority sets common standards Program Managers ensure acquisition aligns with standards Independent Security Authority assesses against standards CYBERSAFE Certification Authority makes final decisions & assumes risk and accountability for platform Mission Assurance CYBERSAFE Focus on Mission Assurance of critical warfighting capabilities 10

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12 Leader Information Warfare Community Director Naval Intelligence DCNO for Information Dominance (OPNAV N2N6) Deputy DON CIO Navy Director Navy Cybersecurity 12

13 Assured C2: The Backbone for Navy Capabilities Efficiently Employ EM Spectrum Cloud-based data -- fused for the Warfighter Cognitive Tools and Interfaces to enable decisions Battlespace Awareness: Pervasive and Predictive Netted Autonomous Sensors Air, Surface, Undersea, and Space Deep Understanding of Virtual and Physical Environments Integrated Navy Fires Exploit Enemy Vulnerabilities Target with precision Project Power through the EM Spectrum Deliver Synchronized Kinetic and Non-Kinetic Effects It is all about Warfighting 13

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15 Transition from TFCA to Navy Cybersecurity Cyber EXCOM Co-Chairs: VCNO & ASN (RD&A) RMF Authorizing Official Council Chair: DDCIO (N) Advisory Board Co-Chairs: DASN C4I / Director of Cyber Deputy Director, Navy Cybersecurity (N2N6F) Cybersecurity Req. Steering Committee Chair: DCNO N2N6 IT/IA Technical Authority Board (TAB) Navy Cybersecurity Division (N2N6F4) Navy Cybersecurity Deputies Strategy & Compliance (N2N6F41) Requirements & Resource Oversight (N2N6F42) Cybersecurity Safety (CYBERSAFE) (N2N6F43) Structure, direction solidified and staffing up for full execution 15

16 C A N E S Defense-in-Depth Protection Levels Cyber Situation Awareness Level 0 DISN Ship-to-Ship Comms Level 1 Level 2 External Comms C2ISR / IO C4I NOC SCI LAN C4I LAN Pier side Comms IA and Agile Core Services External Interfaces SCI Level 3 UNCLASS SEC REL GENSER s Critical Functions Enclave Boundary Protection Incident Isolation Recovery Operations Agile Technology Insertion L16 CEC Radar / EW Level 4 Combat CS LAN Navigation NAV LAN HM&E MC LAN Aviation Aviation LAN Potential to leverage common engineering across multiple ship classes CG Amphibs DDG CVN LCS DDG

17 4 EMW tenets Battlespace Awareness Sense, discriminate, understand all emissions Assured Command & Baseline of secure, reliable comms paths Maneuver Agilely use Electromagnetic Spectrum Integrated Fires Use of energy and information to create lethal and non-lethal effects Requires changes to operational art & science Fleet EMW concept and campaign plan Technology and interoperability focus areas Understand and control signatures, command the EMS as critical maneuver space, and use the EMS to deliver integrated fires 17

18 Open architectures, common data standards, cross-platform applications are essential 18

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