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IC in the News

Friday, 13 November 2015 13:32

Wild Gadgets Fit for a Real-Life James Bond

James Bond has had some badass tech over the years—wristwatch lasers, passenger ejector seats. But real life has caught up to many of the franchise’s gee-whiz gadgets. Here are some innovations that give Q’s tech a run for its money.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is pressing forward with a drive many in the intelligence community have long resisted: trying to make the world of intelligence-gathering more open.

Last month an advocate-general of the European Court of Justice issued an opinion in a case of exceptional significance for commercial relations between the US and the EU. Washington, which is not a party to the proceedings, has no opportunity to make a direct submission to the court.

The U.S. intelligence community wants feedback from the innovative car-sharing company and other commercial start-ups on its 5-year data-analysis road map.

This paper suggests that just as Cyber defense organizations have been required to confront Cyberwar, Netwar organizations, or Netwar-savvy Cyberdefense organizations, are increasingly needed to counter Netwar.