|TECHNET ASIA-PACIFIC: Robert K. Ackerman is covering the conference in real time at Event eNews: TechNet Asia-Pacific 2013.|
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Arm your employees to fight cyber criminals stalking your networks with expert tips and information in the SIGNAL Online special feature "Cybersecurity in the Work Place."
AFCEA Leadership Five Questions
Diversity in one’s career path can go a long way toward opening you to new vistas in leading groups and organizations of people, says Maj. Gen. Jennifer Napper, USA, Director, Plans and Policy/J-5, U.S. Cyber Command. Also: how being proactive and passionate about what you do marks a good leader.
Digital Source Book
The AFCEA 2013 Source Book is now available in both digital and app formats to current AFCEA members and SIGNAL subscribers. Access the digital version now through the AFCEA portal. The app is available through Google Play for Android devices, Amazon for the Kindle Fire and the Apple App Store for iOS devices.
DISA to Roll Out Unclassified and Classified Mobile Capabilities, App Store
DISA expects to have its Defense Department Mobile Unclassified Capability (DMUC) ready for initial operational capability in the first quarter of fiscal year 2014 along with an app store available soon.
Developmental UUVs Offer Offense, Defense From Anywhere
Navy advances unmanned underwater vehicle efforts with introduction of new platform for ISR and offensive capabilities.
Threat Grows for Cyber-Physical Systems
The critical infrastructure must address cyberthreats in a manner different from that of conventional information technology systems.
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A revolution is building in the laboratory that will affect everyday life to as great a degree as the development of the silicon semiconductor. Nanotechnology is shaping up to be the next disruptive technology that changes the future in ways that cannot be imagined fully. From new materials to innovative structures, nanotechnology is spawning new devices and applications that will revolutionize existing technologies and create new ones.
The U.S. Navy knows what it will take to carry out its mission over the vast stretches of the Earth’s oceans: effective intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR). Being able to provide vital situational awareness to aircraft, ships and submarines—along with Marines on the ground—will determine whether the most powerful Navy in the world is able to meet whatever challenges emerge in the coming decades. New ISR capabilities are evolving on land, at sea and in the air, and the Navy is striving to provide their information to forces that will rely on it in utmost times of crisis.
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