April 2017


SIGNAL April 2017NETWORK MANAGEMENT
Ruthless Automation Of Network Management
    DISA is reducing dozens of systems into one CyberNetOps solution.

Network, Heal Thyself
    Rather than people finding and fixing problems, computers might do it.

A Pathway to More Resilient SATCOM
    The Defense Department turns to industry to develop open architectures for better satellite communications networks.

NATO
NATO Communications Have a Need for Speed
    Disparate groups and methods that move at different paces must synchronize for swiftness.


Navy Seeks Advanced Technologies To Fight in Cyber
    Defeating modern capabilities calls for the best that labs can offer.

Crowdsourcing Confronts Cyber Challenges
    The military can tap a wellspring of solutions from its own ranks.

Encryption Is Key to a More Secure Cyber Future
    Proper key management can thwart the theft of sensitive data.

You Can't Hack What You Can't See
    A different approach to networking leaves potential intruders in the dark.

—The Rise of the IP Network ... and Its Vulnerabilities

DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
When Doing Good Is Done Well

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
Rebuilding Our Defense Must Be Done Thoughtfully

ASSOCIATION FEATURE
The Third Offset Is Not a Destination but a Journey

West 2017
Cyber Tops List of Looming National Security Threats

AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
Chapters Offer Education for Maintaining Cyber Certifications

INCOMING
The Weakest Link in Security Chain Is People, Not Technology