Archive: August, 2018

Aug. 16, 2018

Data is the new black

Data is being produced at rates never seen before, with billons of gigabytes produced every single day. And with more and more devices connected to the Internet, that rate is expected to grow exponentially in the next few years.

Aug. 16, 2018

Partnering with industry, academia to address hard questions

The need for innovation and the importance of partnerships with industry and academia in transforming the use of data throughout the intelligence community were constant themes during the 2018 Department of Defense Intelligence Information System Worldwide Conference.

Aug. 16, 2018

Sifting through overwhelming data

Intelligence directors from across the Department of Defense took part in a panel discussion on data-related challenges facing U.S. national security and their respective organizations Aug. 15, during the final day of the 2018 Department of Defense Intelligence Information System Worldwide Conference.

Aug. 15, 2018

Striking a balance between compatibility and flexibility in the intelligence community

When first conceived in 2012, the Intelligence Community Desktop Environment, or IC DTE, aimed to reduce information integration deficiencies within the intelligence community and adapt agencies to cloud computing. IC DTE originally sought to establish a single, identical information technology network across the community.

Aug. 15, 2018

Countering cyber threats through digital innovation

Optimization and innovation are major topics this week at the 2018 Defense Intelligence Agency Department of Defense Intelligence Information System Worldwide Conference.

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