Much of the science associated with the cyber domain and cyberspace involves networks, for example, the Internet, computer and communication networks, social networks, information networks, military networks, and collaboration networks. These networks have been a focus of the research in the West Point Network Science Center for the nine years of its existence. We plan to provide The Cyber Defense Review with material (articles, blogs, and information posts) to connect the Army Cyber Institute with the Network Science Center, Army network researchers, the network science research and education communities, and provide an environment for new ideas and results.
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