June 2014


SIGNAL April 2014CYBER OPERATIONS
National Security Agency Program Fills Critical Cyber Skills Gaps
    Centers of excellence educate network warriors.

Military Evaluates Future Cyberforce
    The National Guard is receiving special attention, as experts determine how to optimize its resources.

Korean Cybersecurity Becomes a Joint Endeavor
    A U.S. military cyber center serves as a partnering point with the Republic of Korea.

Intelligence Generates a Cyber Picture
    Seeing is believing for geospatial intelligence products, even for the virtual world.

INTERNATIONAL
Access, Not Oil, Fuels China's South China Sea Policy
    The focus is on maritime control of a large and growing area of influence.

GEOSTRATEGIC THREAT
U.S. Missile Defense Lags Emerging Threats
    Advances in technology and new political conflicts both pose challenges to the current missile system.

China and Russia Pose an Array of Dangers to the West
    Often at odds with one another, they unite against outside involvement in their regions. 

Lone Wolf Terrorists Prowl the Balkans
    Jihadi fighters flowing from Syria pose a potential threat.

MILITARY
Enabling En Route Communications Aboard Large Transport Aircraft
   Troops can change their theater entry plans literally on the fly.

ASK THE EXPERT
What Are the Next Steps for Intelligence After the Post-9/11 Era?

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
It Is Time to Stop the Daily Assaults on the Intelligence Community

BOOK REVIEW
Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know

INCOMING
Beware the Bear