Economics, crime, terrorism and technology form the basis of four major challenges confronting the U.S. intelligence community. The world has become a more dangerous place.
The AFCEA EPIC APP Challenge seeks a solution to a pressing problem facing the intelligence community: anticipating events. But potential contestants have only until midnight, August 23, to enter for a $3,000 cash prize.
A new computation model combines disparate and often incompatible data sets.
The new government-wide system, called NBIS, aims to greatly improve federal background investigations, says DISA’s Vice Adm. Norton.
The more intelligence changes, the more it needs changing.
A combination of global instability, rising authoritarianism and democracies in retreat may lead to more dangerous situations than those faced during the Cold War.
Malevolent uses for artificial intelligence combined with autonomous systems provide frightening new levels of capabilities to potential adversaries.
The intelligence command secures contractor insider threat resources, among other capabilities.
We may not fight China or Russia, but we will fight their equipment and technology.
The exercise will test the alliance’s efforts to improve joint capabilities.
Office of Naval Intelligence experts meeting with industry to explain threat and find solutions.
This uncommon step reflects the need to address influence campaigns against U.S. democracy.
CORE3D is intended to significantly reduce the time it takes to build 3-D models capturing the geometry and surface properties of objects on the Earth.
With every domain contested, the U.S. military must be more lethal, resilient and innovative.
Today’s Internet of Things world saturates us with big data across all domains. We need a complete picture to enable decisions.
The system is a multiintelligence, open architecture, flight-line reconfigurable pod designed for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.
Intelligence officials call for foreign data collection reauthorization.
Federal government officials cannot share information on Russian hacking because state officials lack the requisite clearances.
While space has always been an important domain for military intelligence, the intelligence community is renewing its emphasis on the stars.
Geospatial imagery as well as facial recognition and other biometrics are driving the intelligence community’s research into artificial intelligence.