Definition Edit

Dynamic cyber defense (DcyD)

actions combine policy, intelligence, sensors, and highly automated processes to identify and analyze malicious activity, simultaneously tip and cue and execute preapproved response actions to defeat attacks before they can do harm. DCyD uses the Army defensive principles of security, defense in depth, and maximum use of offensive action to engage cyber threats. These actions include surveillance and reconnaissance to provide early warnings of pending enemy actions. DCyD is integrated with the defensive aspects of CyNetOps to provide defense in depth.[1]

References Edit

  1. The U.S. Army Concept Capability Plan for Cyberspace Operations 2016-2028, at 21.

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