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Electronic Countermeasures During the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, insurgents' use of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) proliferated. The United States ramped up its development of counter-IED equipment to improve standoff detection of explosives and explosive precursor components and to defeat IEDs themselves as part of a broader defense capability. One effective strategy was jamming or interrupting radio frequency (RF) communications to counter radio-controlled IEDs (RCIEDs). This approach disrupts critical parts of RF communications, making the...

You've heard the hype and read dozens of blog posts on DevOps, and your organization has decided to make this cultural shift in hopes of taking advantage of automation and the benefits of the Agile methodologies. Making this shift as an engineering team, however, can often be cumbersome because many tech professionals are still unfamiliar with the technologies required to implement a complete DevOps pipeline, let alone one that includes security automation as well. In...

The eleventh practice described in the newly released edition of the Common Sense Guide to Mitigating Insider Threats is Practice 11: Institute stringent access controls and monitoring policies on privileged users. In this post, I discuss the importance of privileged account management and its effect on the security of the organization....

Many organizations want to share data sets across the enterprise, but taking the first steps can be challenging. These challenges range from purely technical issues, such as data formats and APIs, to organizational cultures in which managers resist sharing data they feel they own. Data Governance is a set of practices that enable data to create value within an enterprise. When launching a data governance initiative, many organizations choose to apply best practices, such as...

The future of autonomy in the military could include unmanned cargo delivery; micro-autonomous air/ground systems to enhance platoon, squad, and soldier situational awareness; and manned and unmanned teaming in both air and ground maneuvers, according to a 2016 presentation by Robert Sadowski, chief roboticist for the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC), which researches and develops advanced technologies for ground systems. One day, robot medics may even carry wounded soldiers out...

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