"We live in a net-centric world where new information technologies arrive at lightning speed, allowing us to share information across town or around the world faster than ever before. The National Security Agency's Information Assurance Mission is dedicated to providing information assurance solutions that will keep our information systems secure." The National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) leads the U.S. Government in cryptology that encompasses both Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) and Information Assurance (IA) products and services, and enables Computer Network Operations (CNO) in order to gain a decision advantage for the Nation and our allies under all circumstances.The National Security Agency operates more than 500 separate signals intelligence platforms employs roughly 30,000 civilians and military budget $10 billion plus dollars.
(CENTCOM) - A Paper Tiger or A Charging Bull
This GlobalMilComm stream Inc. report seeks to investigate (CENTCOM) and to determine if it is an effective or an ineffective fighting command that can crush ISIS/ISI. Can (CENTCOM) insure the peace in the most volatile region in today’s world.
Mobility Cybersecurity in a Global World of Security Breaches
In this article, the author explores new domains of global mobility or new insights gained from re-examining establish cybersecurity topics. Further, the article demonstrates a focus on comprehensive up-to-date literature reviews while including qualitative methodology and touching on theoretical developments.
Central Executive Power
The Executive Branch of the US Government has made Computing Power as a major focus to control the High Technology Life Cycle and to further extend its Big Data initiatives globally. The Executive Order, which is not binding or funded by the US Congress, but sets an agenda for Silicon Valley firms to be mindful that the US Federal government is the “engine for technology innovation and growth.”-certainly an “overreach approach” to the American free enterprise system of High Technology growth based on innovation and private investment start-up models.
This article in the latest Legislative Insights Series for 2015, and takes a brief review of the Budget Control Act of 2011, Sequestration. National Defense Authorization Act, and the Overseas Contingency Operations OCO (or supplemental war fund).
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As cyber-attacks grow in scale and scope, the United States struggles to defend the IT infrastructure of the government network complex against this clear and present danger. America’s power consist of Economic, Kinetic, Cybernetic, and Diplomatic. All critical information is compromised in the name of information-sharing, which
Since the beginning of warfare, military planners and generals dreamed of engineered machines to destroy military enemies first before they could inflict any destruction upon their own military forces.
In 1610, Galileo Galilei focused his telescope into the night sky, and focused on a set of light strands. He concluded that the Greek philosopher Anaxagorus had been correct about the Milky Way Galaxy containing stars, almost two thousand years before. Four hundred years after Galileo's discovery, NASA is almost ready to send the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) over one million miles from Earth, and answer questions that could shake the very foundations of both scientific and philosophic knowledge.
"A date which will live in infamy"
On the early morning of Sunday, December 7, 1941, the sneak attack of Pearl Harbor was intended as a preventive action in order to keep the U.S. Pacific Fleet from interfering with military actions the Empire of Japan was planning in Southeast Asia against overseas territories of the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and the United States.The attack was an initial shock to all the Allies in the Pacific Theater. Further losses compounded the alarming setback.
In 2012, President Barak Obama spoke in his Chicago NATO Summit opening remarks that an additional 32 nations had sent delegates to the May 20-21 2012 Chicago Summit, which resulted in sixty nations attending the Summit. The agenda of the meeting was set to resolve the key issues of a 10-year orderly retreat from Afghanistan; “Smart Defense”; Connected Forces Initiative (CFI); NATO’s Ballistic Missiles Defense (BMD); and how to pay for all of the twenty-two NATO projects at a time of global economic austerity, deficits, and mounting unemployment.