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October 2013

INTELLIGENCE

A New –INT Looms for Social Media
   The message, not the medium, defines the call for a new type of intelligence analysis.

Committed to Cloud Computing 
    The National Security Agency stays the course following the Snowden controversy.

Information Sharing Takes on New Shape
    The intelligence community’s new cloud technology architecture promises increased mission agility and lower operating costs.

Understanding the Written Foreign Language
    Something as simple as matching names in an intelligence database can help fight terrorism.

POINT–COUNTERPOINT: Is Big Data the Way Ahead for Intelligence? 
—Another Overhyped Fad By Mark M. Lowenthal 
—A Longtime Tool of the Community By Lewis Shepherd
 

SPACE

Updated Doctrine Addresses Contested Space Operations
    Service leaders significantly revise space operations guidance.

China in Space
    A go-it-alone approach could lead to tensions rising quickly, affecting operations in all domains.

Exploring the Outer Edge of Space Technology
    An agency office aims to find the undeniable breakthroughs necessary for understanding the universe.
 

INFORMATION SECURITY

New Cryptographic Device Destined for Drones
Modernized encryption systems are scheduled for integration on unmanned aerial vehicles, tankers, bombers and airborne command centers.
 

NETWORKS

Multiple Army Networks Merging
NIE testing to fold service intelligence networks into one architecture is designed to identify issues.
 

ASK THE EXPERT

Dr. Ernest McDuffie
 

ASSOCIATION FEATURE

Cyber and Intelligence Need Each Other
 

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY

A New Emphasis on Intelligence Support to the Cyber Domain
 

INCOMING

Getting From "We Should" to "I Will"