SIGNAL Coverage: TechNet Indo-Pacific 2019

Real-time coverage from TechNet Indo-Pacific 2019, including blog posts, news and photos, all in one place. SIGNAL provides highlights and breaking news from speakers and panelists.

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Adversaries Line Up to Challenge U.S. Forces in the Pacific

Rear Adm. Kenneth Whitesell, USN, deputy commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, describes the challenges it faces. Credit: Bob Goodwin Photography

The U.S. Pacific Fleet seeks to maintain its dominance in the face of strong technology challenges from adversaries.


Look Upward and Inward for the Crux of the Next Battle

A panel of -6s from U.S. Indo-Pacific Command organizations discuss the importance of the space and cyber domains. Credit: Bob Goodwin Photography

Space and cyber may determine who prevails in the next conflict.


It's Not Always a Technical Issue That Inhibits Coalition Interoperability

Officials from four nations address issues confronting efforts to achieve coalition interoperability. Credit: Bob Goodwin Photography

Coalition interoperability is not just a technical issue.


In Cooperation on Cyber, the Children Must Lead

Cyber experts from government, industry and academia explore cybersecurity solutions during a Women in AFCEA panel. Credit: Bob Goodwin Photography

Government, industry and academia must push for early education in cybersecurity.


China Drops All Camouflage About Its Aggression

Intelligence officers serving U.S. Indo-Pacific Command organizations describe a Chinese threat that unambiguously targets world domination. Credit: Bob Goodwin Photography

U.S. intelligence officials in the Pacific say China is on a long march toward inexorable world domination.


Coast Guard Expands Its Indo-Pacific Presence

Rear Adm. Kevin Lunday, USCG, commander, 14th Coast Guard District, describes the service's expanding mission in the Indo-Pacific region. Credit: Bob Goodwin Photography

The U.S. Coast Guard is expanding its mission in the Pacific and in cyberspace.


Physical Security and Cybersecurity Need to Converge

Robert Bauman of Trusted Systems warns of a physical security gap that empowers the insider threat.

An over-reliance on physical information security, coupled with increased emphasis on data protection, left open the door to the insider threat.


It's On With China

Adm. Phil Davidson, USN, commander, U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, speaks at TechNet Indo-Pacific. Credit: Bob Goodwin Photography

China is aggressively pursuing a global dominance strategy beginning with the Indo-Pacific region. The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command is working to counter China's aggression.


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Connecting Communications Across the Indo-Pacific

An HH-60G Pave Hawk from the 18th Wing, Kadena Air Base, Japan, flies during a recent recovery training. Any command and control solutions have to reach airmen across the Indo-Pacific region, leaders say.  Pacific Air Forces.

Operating across the great distances of the Indo-Pacific region requires robust communication solutions.


Chinese Threat Dominates INDOPACOM Intelligence

U.S. Navy cryptologic technicians stand watch in the combat information center of the USS Milius in the East China Sea. U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM) intelligence experts are addressing the long-expected emergence of China as a regional adversary with global intentions. (U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Taylor DiMartino, USN)

INDOPACOM's intelligence community has been cognizant of China's threat to peace and security throughout the region for many years. Now, it must address the issue.


Technology Supports INDOPACOM Headway

A Philippine airman acts as a gunner for a U.S. Marine during a surface-to-air missile simulation in a joint exercise. The U.S. Into-Pacific Command is seeking new technologies that will enable U.S. and partner forces to interoperate advanced capabilities in the battlespace. Credit: Lance Cpl. Brianna Tuck, USMC

Countering advances by adversarial nations in the Indo-Pacific region requires new technologies to restore U.S. pre-eminance in the battlespace.


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