Artificial Intelligence (AI) is good. That’s how the report begins. AI could very well solve huge national and global problems related to natural resource production and consumption and health and hunger issues. But then there’s this thing. . . .
If you find that dream job three hundred miles away and can’t bring the family, what do you do?
The next time you see some Jackson Pollock painting plastered on the wall, pause and exercise your intelligence analysis skills . Maybe, just maybe, you’ll crack the code that defeats ISIS.
Security breaches are nothing new. And one intelligence community organization is calling out just why that’s such a big problem.
Senator John Tester’s frustrated letter to the NSA Director could be the beginning of Rogers’ end.
If you’re sacrificing your integrity for what you believe is some higher good, you have to have the courage to accept the outcome.
Get ready for our new combatant command—CYBERCOM—taking charge in cyberspace, the last new frontier.
Nuclear’s hard. It’s messy. Relatively speaking, cyber’s easy. It’s accessible. And cyber-morality is still fuzzy. Cyber represents a great strategic equalizer.
How will the War Powers Act of 1973 function in taking the United States to cyberwar, and when and how will cyberwar bleed over into a conventional confrontation?
In 1976 everything we’d imagined about cryptography suddenly changed.
Unclassified extracts from the latest Studies in Intelligence (SI) hit the cyber-streets, and they represent more must-read material for cleared professionals.
Effectively weaponizing COTS drones isn’t rocket-science, and we’ve seen it coming for a while now. But we’re on our heels, while most any techie could pretty quickly crowd-source a solution.
ISIS is in an apparent period of transition. Its future success and future evolutions will depend on its success applying lessons it has learned so far.
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