After Sandy, Intelligence Agencies Scramble To Feed Maps, Data To Rescuers
As FEMA, firemen, police and the National Guard wade into the devastation visited upon us by Hurricane Sandy, many of them are using maps and other information made available to them by intelligence agencies.
NRO Readies Open Source Cloud For Launch
In a move toward a more efficient NRO, analysts operating the nation's spy satellites are on the verge of getting their information through a top-secret open-source cloud environment housing intelligence data.
Cyber security efforts won’t necessarily fall victim to budget cuts, says intel official
In remarks at the SINET D.C. Showcase in Washington on Oct. 25, Stephanie O’Sullivan, principal deputy director of National Intelligence at ODNI said although the threat from deep budget cuts in the new year are another game-changer for U.S. intelligence and Cyber security, her agency remains committed to maintaining and advancing some core capabilities and research.
Intel Community Seeks New Partnerships
One of the strengths of the intelligence community is that the people within it have a tremendous spectrum of backgrounds, the principal deputy director of national intelligence told attendees at the Security Innovation Network 2012 conference here today.