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.
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The Department of the Navy Chief Information Office used AFCEA’s West 2008 conference in
Test preparation is not just for elementary, high school and college students anymore. Information security professionals seeking to obtain certifications now have the opportunity to use an online self-assessment tool to gauge their knowledge of information security topics prior to taking certification exams. The test-taking simulation could be particularly useful to defense contractors as the U.S. Defense Department requirement looms for certification of all personnel working on department systems in an information security role.
The U.S. Air Force is centralizing its network operations using IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) best practices to increase efficiencies and to boost security. The move will bring 113 bases currently running individual networks into alignment and centralize the service’s help desk into a single point of support for all issues related to information technology equipment.
The command that leads the