The networked world is beginning to discover that sharing is not always beneficial. Marauders always have been the bane of cyberspace, but now a new set of threats has emerged to imperil more than just the usual targets. Ordinary citizens now are menaced by sophisticated organizations seeking to damage society or to loot it of its funds-or both. And, as always, the network-centric military is under assault by increasingly frequent and effective cyberagents operating under foreign government control.
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Here are some notable quotes from the November issue of SIGNAL Magazine. For the complete table of contents, click here
"There is no truly joint network here, just an Army network with joint subscribers." -Col. John B. Hildebrand, USA, commander, 11th Signal Brigade, in Tactical Communications Advances Seize The Day in Iraq
The October issue of SIGNAL magazine is now available. You can read available web articles by visiting SIGNAL Online's Table of Contents
Direct Hit Quotes for October:
"What we don't want to do is give commanders history lessons."-Col. Chuck Mehle II, USA, commander, Joint Transformation Command for Intelligence, JFCOM, in "Laboratory Integrates Intelligence."
Direct Hit Quotes for September:
"The whole point of being joint is joining things that are different, not similar." - Maj. Gen. David A. Fastabend, USA, director of strategy, plans and policy, G-3/5/7, U.S. Army, in Leaders Call for Balance in the Force.
Featured content from the August 2008 issue of SIGNAL Magazine.
From July's SIGNAL Today, some interesting quotes from the July issue of SIGNAL Magazine.
From June's SIGNAL Today, some interesting quotes from the June issue of SIGNAL Magazine.
"Going through one wall is not that bad, but a building is basically an RF hall of mirrors. You've got signals bouncing all over the place." - Dr. Edward J. Baranoski, Visibuilding program manager,
in Sensor Technology Opens New Horizons
From the first AFCEA Solutions Series on Information Sharing