Table of Contents: July 2022


SIGNAL July 2022CLOUD FRONT
The Confluence of Cloud, Compute and Connectivity
    Defense Department officials need to know what to ask from providers with powerful 5G networks. By Kimberly Underwood

5G-Related Cloud Requires Examination
    Defense Department official considers the power of cloud at the edge through commercial mobile networks or hardware.

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE
CIA Aims for Speed of Modernization for Infrastructure
    The agency strives for fast results as it deals with moving targets internally. By Robert K. Ackerman


Soldiers Supply Secure Software Solutions
    The Army software factory begins with security. By George I. Seffers

Securing Machine Learning Requires a Sociotechnical Approach
    Considering AI interactions with humans, organizational structures and strategies may help defenders mitigate risks. By Morgan Livingston

Adversarial Machine Learning Poses a New Threat to National Security
    A rapidly growing field of technology holds significant implications for U.S. military. By Robert K. Ackerman

Identifying Shared Vulnerabilities and Mitigation Strategies for Cloud, Wireless and IoT
    Considering common characteristics could be key to effective security. By Veronica Wendt, Michelle Ann Guo and Dr. Anteneh Girma

SPECIAL INTEREST EDITORIAL
Enabling Innovation Through Secure Hybrid and Remote Collaboration Tools

Garrison Security Enables Timely Access to Open-Source Intelligence

Focusing Modernization Through Business Integration

DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
Data Engineering for AI at the Tactical Edge
By Lt. Col. Ryan Kenny, USA

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
Cloud Computing: Get It Right but Get On With It
By Lt. Gen. Susan S. Lawrence, USA (Ret.)

AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
AFCEA’s Professional Development Center Offers Development and Continuing Education Opportunities

ON POINT
Q&A With Raj Iyer