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At Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC), we execute defensive cyberspace operations and enable global power projection through proactive network defense.  We are the Navy's Defensive Cyberspace Operations (DCO) Task Force and the Navy's sole Cyber Security Service Provider (CSSP). Meeting our mission requires us to be deliberate about who we bring onto our team and how we engage as a team. Here at NCDOC, there are numerous teams within our team. Each interdependent team enables the others to execute our shared mission. We aspire to become a distributed team of cyber defenders integrated through understanding, synchronized in action. 

Our motto is "Cyber Warriors. Ever Vigilant."

As technology and cyber threats continue to advance rapidly, the world around us evolves at an ever quickening pace. We know that in order to remain relevant in our mission area, we must leverage critical thought and creative problem solving from all levels of our team to successfully complete our mission. Our video, "A Day in the Life of Data" provides you an overview and better understanding of our defensive cyberspace operations mission.

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Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC) participate in the Boss of the Security Operations Center (SOC) competition hosted by Splunk Inc. on Jan. 24. - 190124-N-LT925-005 (SUFFOLK, Va) Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC) participate in the Boss of the Security Operations Center (SOC) competition hosted by Splunk Inc. on Jan. 24. NCDOC executes defensive cyberspace operations and enables global power projection through proactive network defense. (Photo by Cryptologic Technician (Networks) 1st Class Bryson Wolfe/Released)

Building the Capabilities and Teams the DoD Needs

Building the Capabilities and Teams the DoD Needs

Cyber attacks from foreign adversaries have accelerated significantly on the Department of Defense (DoD) networks and systems, creating the need to identify threats and vulnerabilities at untenable speed. For incident responders, time is the most valuable metric. Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC), responsible for coordinating, monitoring, and overseeing the defense of all Navy computer networks and systems, knows all too well how time impacts the execution of defensive cyber operations (DCO).

Naval Information Warfare Development Command (NIWDC) held a change of command ceremony 31 July. - Naval Information Warfare Development Command (NIWDC) held a change of command ceremony 31 July. Rear Adm. Jeffrey S. Scheidt (left) was relieved as Commander NIWDC by Rear Adm. Michael J. Vernazza (right). Vice Adm. Brian B. Brown, Commander, Naval Information Forces (center), was the presiding officer. This marks the first Flag change of commander for NIWDC since its inception in 2017. (U.S. Navy photo by Robert Fluegel/Released)

Naval Information Warfighting Development Center’s First Flag Change of Command

Naval Information Warfighting Development Center’s First Flag Change of Command

Rear Adm. Jeffrey S. Scheidt was relieved by Rear Adm. Michael J. Vernazza as the officer leading Naval Information Warfighting Development Center (NIWDC) in a change of command ceremony at Naval Support Activity (NSA) Hampton Roads, July 31.

Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC)/Commander, Task Force (CTF) 1020 command logo. - 190301-N-XK809-533 SUFFOLK, Va. (March, 1, 2019) Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC)/Commander, Task Force (CTF) 1020 command logo. NCDOC’s mission is to execute defensive cyberspace operations and enable global power projection through proactive network defense and reports operationally to U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet as CTF 1020. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Petty Officer 2nd Class William Sykes/Released)

NCDOC Wins a Federal Capture-The-Flag Competition

NCDOC Wins a Federal Capture-The-Flag Competition

Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC) participated and won the Tanium’s Federal Virtual Capture the Flag (CTF) Challenge on June 17 and18.

Mind, body and soul overlaping creating balance in a person's life. - Mind, body and soul overlaping creating balance in a person's life. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Robert Fluegel/Released)

Mind, Body, and Soul

Mind, Body, and Soul

Stress runs in two directions. Work load, family obligations, traffic, lack of rest, deployment schedule … these are all sources of stress, and can cause exponential problems when they occur together. Boredom can be another source of stress, especially for those of us “Type A” personalities. Boredom may be more difficult to identify as a source of stress, but both overwork and underwork may be combated.

Capt. Harold Cole, left, commanding officer of Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC) and Vice Adm. Brian Brown, right, commander of Naval Information Forces (NAVIFOR) celebrate a Women's Heritage Month event with a cake cutting ceremony. - 200311-N-WZ571-039 SUFFOLK, Va. (March 11, 2020) Capt. Harold Cole, left, commanding officer of Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC) and Vice Adm. Brian Brown, right, commander of Naval Information Forces (NAVIFOR) celebrate a Women's Heritage Month event with a cake cutting ceremony. (U.S. Navy photo by Cryptologic Technician Networks 1st Class Diego Quinones/Released)

Suffolk Navy Commands Celebrate Women's Heritage Month

Suffolk Navy Commands Celebrate Women's Heritage Month

Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC) hosted a Living Wax Museum event in recognition of Women’s Heritage Month in the Hall of Heroes Auditorium on March 11.

Vice Adm. Brian B. Brown, Commander, Naval Information Forces (NAVIFOR) speaks at an all-hands call aboard Naval Base Coronado. - Vice Adm. Brian B. Brown, Commander, Naval Information Forces (NAVIFOR) speaks at an all-hands call aboard Naval Base Coronado. NAVIFOR is the Navy's IW Type Command under U.S. Fleet Forces Command, focused on generating agile and technically superior manned, trained, equipped, and certified combat-ready IW forces to ensure the US Navy will decisively deter, compete, and win. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Morgan K. Nall)

Vice Adm. Brown Holds All-Hands Call at Naval Base Coronado

Vice Adm. Brown Holds All-Hands Call at Naval Base Coronado

Vice Adm. Brian B. Brown, Commander, Naval Information Forces (NAVIFOR) held an all-hands call for Sailors at Naval Base Coronado (NBC), March 5.
 
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