China may claim that its global supremacy is inevitable, but it still is plagued by insecurity and doubt.
Diversity has assumed utmost importance societally. The same urgency applies to the intelligence community.
Russia, China and the United States are in a race to develop artificial intelligence. But their paths, as well as their goals, are vastly different.
Companies supporting the intelligence community are taking a different look at work methods.
The United States has some of the best latent intellectual property in the world, and government and industry must work together to get it into the intelligence community.
China's hard-set philosophical approach to the world is driving its global activities.
Intelligence is metamorphosing as recent changes feed into operational evolution.
Whichever country makes the greatest use of big data holds a distinct advantage.
Focusing on foreign disinformation operations may distract from the real issue: Lies must be stopped at home.
With many people now working at home, the Defense Intelligence Agency has had to enable data services to be performed remotely.
Russia is pulling no punches as it uses disinformation to destabilize the West.
The U.S. Justice Department is mobilizing to stop the growing theft of U.S. trade secrets by China, among several foreign powers.
With artificial intelligence growing in use across the intelligence community, the ODNI has issued a framework and basic principles for ethics in its widespread incorporation.
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) programs may provide solutions to help counter the COVID-19 pandemic.
The office directors will actively recruit the next generation of IARPA program managers, act as first line supervisors and help develop and guide research programs.
Industry and government organizations are eager to find ways to combine structured and unstructured data to improve communications about national security threats to the public more effectively.
Intelligence leader warns of the mounting threats of cyber espionage, digital attacks and influence operations from adversaries.
The U.S. National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) is realigning its operations to adjust to the new and emerging threat picture.
Intelligence must be refocused in the post-COVID-19 era. Five emerging technologies may hold the key.
Adversaries have taken note of the impact of COVID-19 on nations. Some already are launching asymmetric attacks to worsen its effects.