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    January is National OPSEC Awareness Month

    01.26.2022 | Story by Maj. Gregory Carroll
    The National Operations Security (OPSEC) Program (NOP) Office under the National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) Enterprise Threat Mitigation Directorate designated January as National OPSEC Awareness Month in an effort to increase OPSEC understanding. OPSEC is defined by the DoD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms as a capability that identifies and controls critical information, indicators of friendly force...

    Deputy Commandant for Information Hosts Inaugural...

    11.24.2021 | Story by Maj. Gregory Carroll
    The Deputy Commandant for Information (DC I) hosted the inaugural Information Summit, bringing together senior leaders from across the Marine Corps alongside representatives from the Air Force, Army and other communities of interest, Nov. 18 and 19, 2021. The event enabled senior leaders to have threat-informed, classified discussions about how the Marine Corps can continue to operationalize its seventh warfighting function, Information. The...

    Marine Corps Establishes the Information...

    10.17.2021 | Story by Maj. Gregory Carroll
    The Deputy Commandant for Information (DC I) established the Information Development Institute (IDI), the IDI Portal and available learning and development resources for information technology (IT), cyber and intelligence (intel) civilian Marines reflected in MARADMIN 457/21 released on Aug 31, 2021. Recruiting, developing and training top talent with the right skills needed to fight and win in the information environment (IE) is a top...

    October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    10.04.2021 | Story by Maj. Gregory Carroll
    October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, offering an opportunity for the Marine Corps to reinforce the importance of cybersecurity and provide resources to better equip the Marine Corps team against cyber threats. Raising Marine Corps wide cybersecurity awareness and improving workforce cybersecurity knowledge, skills and abilities is vital to protect the Marine Corps’ mission and team online, whether at work or off-duty.