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The U.S. Defense Cyber Crime Center (also called DoD Cyber Crime Center) (DC3) was created in October 2001, encompassing both the Defense Computer Investigations Training Program and Defense Computer Forensics Laboratory, and would also house the Defense Cyber Crime Institute (DCCI) after the institute's creation in May 2002. DC3

DC3 has three main programs:

Each program provides critical training and forensic support to DoD personnel who analyze computer crime and electronic evidence.

The DC3 is also responsible for the Defense Industrial Base Collective Information Sharing Environment (DCISE), a clearinghouse for threat data between DoD and its industry partners.

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