Published: Fri, January 13, 2017
World | By Lorena Waters

DVIDS - News - Army Reserve soldiers train in cyber defense operations

FORT DIX, N.J. - Once a year, five battalions belonging to the Army Reserve Information Operations Command come together from across the U.S. to participate in their annual training. This year the training took place March 22-29 at Fort Dix, N.J.

Just over 200 soldiers participated in the training event, said Lt. Col. John Coiro, ARIOC brigade operations officer. The training allowed the soldiers of the ARIOC to hone their military occupation specialties in cyber defense operations as well as giving them valuable training in other areas.

The five areas of concentration for this year's training revolved around dynamic defense, forensics, computer network service provider service, incident handling, and threat analysis. In this paper, we describe the dynamic defense analysis of the Western Information Operations Command, based out of Camp Parks, California, Was used to teach Kali Linux, an operating system designed for digital forensics and penetration testing.

"I used to teach the tool cobalt strike, an advance penetration testing tool, using Kali Linux as the operating System, "said Ramos." It was not too difficult as I was exposed to that tool last year when I participated in the National Security Agency's Cyber ​​Defense Exercise. "

Sgt. Leonardo Brown from the WIOC has been working with AT & T U-verse Internet Services for 12 years as a network security engineer in his civilian capacity.

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In his civilian job, Brown deals with the security aspect of cyber defense and watches for intrusions to his company's network. This requires him to analyze and understand different ways people are hacking his employer's network.

"My jobs both civilian and military complement each other greatly. "The security aspect of my civilian job allows me to see the forensic aspect of my military job," Brown said.

Not only did the soldiers participate in their military occupational specialty Training, but also focused on soldering skills to ensure readiness for their rotational deployment in South West Asia Cyber ​​Center.

ARIOC leadership is placing emphasis on preparing for the transition from their current mission in Cyber ​​Training To the new Cyber ​​Protection Teams. The command is working hard to develop advanced cyber training plans that rapidly advance the cyber skills across the brigade to support new missions.

When you have geographically dispersed units they tend to train in a vacuum. The benefit of getting all of these educated, skilled, and qualified individuals together is that they can learn from each other, said Sgt. 1st Class Thomas Blackard, noncommissioned officer in charge of the Master Cyber ​​Trainer Detachment. They have similar constraints that impede their progress and are able to work collectively to over come these constraints to be better mission capable.

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