NETWARCOMNaval Network Warfare Command (US Navy)
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NETWARCOM will conduct network and space operations in support of naval forces afloat and ashore.
NETWARCOM maintains a 24/7 battle watch to support operations by working with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services (HPES) and customers to identify and remediate network issues as they occur.
The theme for this symposium is: "Naval Network Warfare Command--Operational Agent for FORCEnet--Netting the FORCE for Transformational Capability." Topics will include the vision and mission for NETWARCOM, the state of the networks, network security, innovation and experimentation, and information operations.
NETWARCOM includes three shore activities under its authority--the Naval Network and Space Operations Command at Dahlgren, Va.; the Fleet Information Warfare Center at Little Creek, and the Naval Component Task Force for Computer Network Defense in Washington, D.C.
NETWARCOM's mission is "to act as the Navy's central operational authority for space, network management and information operations in support of naval and joint forces afloat and ashore; to operate a secure and interoperable naval network that will enable effects-based operations and innovation; and to coordinate and assess the Navy's operational requirements for space, information technology and information operations.
Todd Glidden of FLTCYBERCOM, the ITSMO consists of principal membership from the FLTCYBERCOM office of the CIO, NEN Program Office and Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM).
In August 2011, the NMCI team--working with Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM), Fleet Cyber Command (FLTCYBERCOM), the Navy Designated Approval Authority and the Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC)--successfully demonstrated interoperability with Personal Identity Verification (PIV) smartcards issued by non-DoD agencies and departments.
Fleet Forces deputy ACOS, and deputy commander for NETWARCOM hold similarities with your new responsibilities as DON CIO.
Many functions now performed by Fleet Cyber Command/10th Fleet and Navy Cyber Forces were formerly conducted by the Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM).
To develop the ITIL competency, the NGEN Program Office, in conjunction with Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM), will use a phased approach to deploy customized and integrated ITSM processes based on the ITIL V3 framework.
The Sailors can complete the required courses via Navy e-Learning on Navy Knowledge Online; Carnegie Mellon University's virtual training environment at VTEWEB/; or via classroom courses sponsored by Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM) in fleet concentration areas.