Table of Contents: July 2018


SIGNAL July 2018HOMELAND SECURITY EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
DHS Tackles Emergency Communications Interoperability
    Even as new technologies are introduced, the focus remains on human training.

NIST Takes Interoperability to New Heights
    Agency researchers are working to improve communications technology for first responders.

DHS Builds Mobile Defenses
    R&D is focusing on securing devices and applications.

—DHS Targets Mobile Security Innovations

A Big Year for Homeland Security Datacasting
    Public television donates spectrum for emergencies.

DHS Bolsters Social Media Influence With a Twist
    A first-responder working group is poised to grow.


Cyber Resiliency a Feather in CROWS’ Flight Cap
    The Air Force office elevates cybersecurity analysis of weapon systems.

Hands-Off Weaponry Requires Hands-On Planning
    As artificial intelligence revolutionizes warfighting, military leaders must recognize the ramifications.

Unified Platform Unifies Cyber Warfighting
    Technology provides military with increased speed, agility and precision.

Latest Leakers Are Canaries in Coal Mine
    To improve information management, organizations must adjust to millennial mindset.

TRAINING AND EDUCATION
Mobility and AI Are on a Collision Course
    To transform military training, leaders need to adopt immersive training reality.

DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
How to Provide a Little Incentive for Project Managers

CHAIRWOMAN'S COMMENTARY
Generating Excitement About National Security

AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
ROTC Awards Honor Top STEM Students

INCOMING
Where Innovation Equals Revolution