October 2015


SIGNAL October 2015MILITARY MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES
Driving Expeditionary Change
    Army forces rely on mobile technologies to become lighter and more flexible.

U.S. Navy Moves Toward Mobility
    The service wants to mirror industry in what would be a philosophical sea change.

Army Does the Math on Network Mobility
    Researchers expand knowledge of mobile ad hoc networks.

MULTINATIONAL ACQUISITION
Operation Cooperation: U.S. Defense Officials Intend to Expand Asia-Pacific Partnerships
    Pentagon leaders look to the East for technological collaboration.

U.S., Israel Partner To Advance Tunnel Detection Technology

JIEDDO Experience Provides Rapid Acquisition Insights
    Necessity is the mother of invention for rapidly protecting imperiled troops.

The Cyber Edge
Convergence Dominates Army Cyber Activities
    The broadening invisible threat requires a change in operational mindset.

Air Force Cyber Mission Success Depends on Cultural Change
    The service ignores this vital aspect at its own risk.

Threat Research Unlocks the Secrets of Cyber Hazards
    It takes intelligence to stop online marauders.

Cyber Data Analysis Requires Multidimensional Approach
    New elements such as social media add complexity; melding data clarifies the truth.

DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
IoT Ready to Redefine Local Intel

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
Taking on The Cyber Edge

ASSOCIATION FEATURE
Uniting Cyber Defenses

AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
Forum Paves a Path for Emerging Leaders

INCOMING
The Iran Nuclear Deal and Our Cyber Options