On a gold color metal and enamel device, 1 3/16 inches (3.02 cm) in height, a black circular background bearing a gold flowing grid pattern displaying a fleur-de-lis throughout, evenly divided horizontally through the center, red at the top and white at the bottom, surmounted by three vertical gold spears, the center spear higher, a gold lightning bolt diagonally placed over the lower portion of the spears; attached above a green scroll inscribed "SECUNDUM" and at the base a green scroll inscribed "AD NEMINEM" in gold.
The black background represents space, the unit's area of operations. The flowing pattern in the background denotes the shifting electronic energy of the Cyberspace environment. The fleur-de-lis indicates the Command's lineage to the Second Army, inheriting the unit's campaign credit in Lorraine, France, during World War I. The three spears symbolize the three areas of computer network capabilities - attack, defend, and exploit. The lightning bolt illustrates the ability for the Command to swiftly strike anywhere. Green alludes to the global reach of the Army Cyber Command, also conveying the unit being a land based organization. The motto translates to "Second To None."
The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 21 July 2011.