The service will feed key space-related intelligence into the greater intelligence community—and have a seat at the table, leader says.
The Defense Intelligence Agency is preparing to release the Order of Battle module for its Machine-assisted Analytic Rapid-repository System (MARS).
The first-of-its-kind curriculum will present foundational knowledge of intelligence and set the stage for a possible career in the field.
China's aggressive moves toward world domination are plain to see, as is the oppression within that portends a future under Chinese control.
“How do we know we’re not leaving digital breadcrumbs all over?”
Advanced data and cyber solutions are needed to support psychological operations and information warfare worldwide.
The U.S. Army’s PEO IEW&S is developing new technological capabilities that will operate collaboratively to achieve multidomain operations.
The growth in available data coupled with new information technologies is leading to an era in which open source intelligence becomes the basis for all others.
Economic espionage by China is a key element of the Middle Kingdom's thrust to overtake the United States as the preeminent global power.
Authorizing official weighs its application with existing FBI platforms.
Fraym uses artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics and other tools to observe local events or trends that impact global affairs.
The Space Force element is the first new organization to join the intelligence community since 2006.
The effort to consider commercial spectrum solutions for geospatial intelligence began in September.
Open source and commercially available intelligence, along with the fusion of cyber and intelligence analysis, help protect DOD networks against a surge of attacks during the pandemic.
Quantum research continues unabated, but ultimately it may be applications that define the exotic technology.
The new era in open-source data require innovative intelligence analysis and processing.
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.