Technology hounds were hit with more than a few new temptations recently, and there’s no doubt that many more are on the way. With the holidays fast approaching, both hardware and software moguls want to grab their share of the market—and disposable income. But whether they like it or not, only buyers with an unlimited wallet size can afford to own all the latest and greatest gadgets.
SIGNAL Connections November 2012
Growing up in the suburbs of Baltimore, Linda Millis didn’t aim for a career in the intelligence field, but the National Security Agency (NSA) had different plans. Agency personnel recognized linguistic talent when they saw it—particularly in someone who majored in Russian at the University of Maryland—and recruited her as a Cold Warrior. And the NSA wasn’t the only organization to see Millis’ potential value to U.S. security. She also served at the White House, during which time she acquired her master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and then went on to work at the CIA and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).
Ranging in topics from cloud computing to supply chain management, AFCEA’s Cyber Committee has published five white papers. Available on the committee’s website, information ranges from the basics to high-level recommendations that will be useful not only to organizations’ information technology personnel but also to leadership planning strategies for the future.