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MOD must "significantly transform the way we communicate," says Stephen Jolly, Director of Defence Communications

Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 7/29/2014


MOD must "significantly transform the way we communicate," says Stephen Jolly, Director of Defence Communications - Richard de Silva

The British military’s communications strategy is in the process of a shakeup. Where before there existed two ‘universes’ – that of information operations and psyops, and that of public relations, media ops and marketing – the emerging tactic is now in bridging the gap to better coordinate a full spectrum approach to Ministry of Defence communications. Such a move should see benefits to all aspects of MOD functions, from recruitment to operations, but it carries the need for a complex adjustment and one that other nations may see as controversial. Full Article »

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Securing vulnerable machines

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Posted: 6/17/2012


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Federal agencies classify and store information at various levels. Individuals are accorded access to that information based on the level of their security clearance and their need to know. The most common method to maintain such a chain of custody is to physically separate compartmented or classified materials on different networks and computing platforms. Secure KVM switching involves passing otherwise separate streams of classified information through a single device. Emerson explore how their product secures vulnerable systems in any network. Full Video »

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Lt Gen Bernardis talking about Storm Shadow missiles

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Posted: 7/16/2013


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Lt Gen (Rtd) Bernardis, former Chief of Staff of the Italian Air Force, earned widespread praise for his command of the air strike operation over Libya during OUP. As the Chairman of the Joint Deep Stike 2013 conference, he talks to Defence IQ ahead of the event to discuss the use of Storm Shadow Missiles and the opportunities for nations to build on the campaign's success for future deep strike capabilities. Full Podcast »

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APAC National Security: Why GIS Is More Important Than Ever Before

Posted: 7/23/2014

APAC National Security: Why GIS Is More Important Than Ever Before

Transformative new developments in GIS technology have prompted national security organisations across APAC to enhance their GEOINT capabilities. Defence IQ takes a look at the views of leading GIS experts from around the world and asks, “Why is GIS now more important for your organisation than ever before?” Full Sector Report »

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