The nature of intelligence changes with national security threats and the evolution of warfare. As old enemies fade and new ones emerge, intelligence adjusts to deal with new adversaries. Similarly, the march of technology changes the nature of warfighting, and intelligence incorporates new technologies and methodologies to adapt to the changing ways of war. But the intelligence community today is encountering a force for change that goes beyond evolutionary developments or geostrategic shifts.
A unique exchange program permits government and private sector organizations to exchange high-tech workers. The goal of the Information Technology Exchange Program (ITEP) is to provide both sectors with an opportunity to share best practices and to better understand each other’s operating practices and hurdles.
New capability provides security from hostile states, but challenges remain for coalition operations.
Enterprisewide adoption of ITIL strategies replaces piecemeal approach in U.S. Air Force.
Information security professionals can assess their readiness to take certification exams.
Web 2.0 technologies broaden participation in association’s first of four events of its new conference series.
Organization focuses on building and testing prototypes quickly and including program sponsors earlier in the process.
U.S. Joint Forces Command is taking advantage of new technologies to reach its constituencies where they live.
The future is now—just as new threats emerge.