Table of Contents: May 2017


SIGNAL May 2017ENCRYPTION
Solving the Key Puzzle For the Future of Encryption
    Advanced processing capabilities could outpace innovative data security solutions.

Defending Against the Quantum Future
    NIST hurries to define new encryption standards before current ones become extinct.

When Confidentiality and Security Collide
    Defense researchers are developing exotic cryptography techniques that marry privacy and data sharing.

Doing The Math For Better Encryption
    A breakthrough formula for generating random numbers may be the key to cybersecurity.

C4I
The Army Trains Its Sights On Network Ownership
    A new initiative provides soldiers extensive knowledge of information systems and returns control to users.

CYBER
Putting Hackers on Notice
    The United States needs a stronger deterrence message to fend off a changing array of cyber enemies.

TECHNOLOGY
I Spy With My Cyborg Dragonfly
    Fitted with tiny, flight-controlling backpacks, insects become living drones.

INTELLIGENCE
Intelligence Threats Increase in Complexity
    A CIA founding father warned that other nations will suffer insider leaks.

SECURITY
A Triple Threat to The Private Sector
    Terror, cyber and insider attacks must be defended against as much as their accompanying liabilities.

DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
Millennials Rewrite Workplace Rules

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
Encryption Policy Debate Pits Privacy vs. Security

ASSOCIATION FEATURE
Army Battles Adversaries, Limitations in Cyberspace

AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
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INCOMING
Y2K Offers a Template To Squash the Cyber Bug