Further to this post,
look what the Germans are doing–especially the personnel numbers and the Euros:
Germany Creates Cyber, IT Defense Branch
German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen has unveiled plans to establish a new cyber force to enhance the defense effectiveness of the country’s armed forces.
To this purpose, existing IT capabilities of the Bundeswehr will be bundled within the new branch of cyber and information space (CIR). A total of 13,500 posts from other branches will be assigned to CIR, which will be headed by an inspector with the rank of a lieutenant general. The inspector would take over the leadership of CIR on April 1, 2017.
A cyber/IT (CIT) department also will be set up within the MoD by Oct. 1. There, a chief information officer will assume responsibility for the subjects of cyber and IT with budgetary sovereignty, according to the MoD.
The minister also announced Tuesday that the buildup of the entire structure will take till 2021.
According to an MoD spokesman, CIR will have access to investment funds of more than €1 billion (US $1.1 billion). CIR will be commanded from Bonn, Germany, and oversee operational tasks like cyber, IT, military and operational communications, and geological information.
Perhaps the commanding general should have a new rank created (looking to the past): General der Cyber-Streitkräfte (h/t galeahortus)?