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Communication
DEPLOYING SECURE UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS/VOICE AND VIDEO OVER IP SYSTEMS  By National Security Agency Cybersecurity Technical Report

Unified Communications (UC) and Voice and Video over IP (VVoIP) call-processing systems provide rich collaboration tools and offer flexible ways to communicate by combining voice, video conferencing, and instant messaging in the modern workplace. Today these systems are integrated into an enterprise’s existing Internet Protocol (IP) infrastructure, use commodity software, and are likely to use open-source and standard protocols. ...Read more >

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NSTAC REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT ON COMMUNICATIONS RESILIENCY  By THE PRESIDENT’S NATIONAL SECURITY TELECOMMUNICATIONS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Nearly a decade has passed since the President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) last reviewed the Nation’s communications resiliency posture. In its 2011 NSTAC Report to the President on Communications Resiliency (Communications Resiliency Report),1 the committee examined the then-current communications resiliency landscape and provided recommendations to the U.S. Government on how to enhance the survivability and availability of networks. Recent ...Read more >

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OVERVIEW OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE USE OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM  By Congressional Research Service

Communication using the electromagnetic spectrum (“the spectrum”) enables a number of modern military capabilities. The Department of Defense (DOD) uses electromagnetic radiation to enable military communications, navigation, radar, nonintrusive inspection of aircraft, and other equipment. DOD also heavily relies on electromagnetic radiation for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) applications such as missile early warning and signals intelligence. Individual branches ...Read more >

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE MILITARY COMMUNICATOR COMPETENCY MODEL (MCCM)  

Use effective mass communication theories to communicate the commander s objective to the intended audience. Use full spectrum of photographic abilities to create sophisticated photographic products for specific and general audiences. Use full spectrum of videography ability to create sophisticated video products for specific and general ...Read more >

36 Pages
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DOD SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS  

This issuance applies to OSD, the Military Departments, the Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) and the Joint Staff, the Combatant Commands, the Office of Inspector General of the Department of Defense, the Defense Agencies, the DoD Field Activities, and all other organizational entities within the DoD (referred to collectively in this issuance as the ...Read more >

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VICTORY IN TODAYS WARS: NEW INSIGHTS ON THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATIONS  By James P. Farwell

Over 100 years ago, the philosopher-strategist Carl von Clausewitz wrote that a trinity of passion, chance, and political purpose drives the vicissitudes of war. ...Read more >

100 Pages
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(TS/SI/REL) VPN SIG DEV BASIS  

what is a VPN ? A Virtual Private Network or VPN is a computer network that uses encryption to securely connect remote users/networks over an otherwise insecure ...Read more >

30 Pages
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SIGDEV CONFERENCE 2012   

Does NSA CT knows what technologics, communications products and applications, and modus operandi are being used by terrorists, terrorist groups, or in locations of interest? ...Read more >

40 Pages
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NATIONAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS PLAN  By Jeh Charles Johnson

Since the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was established in 2003, one of its top priorities has beenand will continue to beenhancing the communications capabilities of the Nations emergency responders. ...Read more >

108 Pages
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SIGNAL SUPPORT TO THEATER OPERATIONS  

This manual is applicable at strategic, operational, and tactical levels of war and pertains to major combat operations, small scale contingencies, Department of Homeland Security, and to a lesser degree, special ...Read more >

124 Pages
8.55 MB
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS IN THE DIGITAL AGE  

Military organizations have used HF radios for both strategic and tactical communications for more than 80 years; however, with the advent of satellites, HF had been de-emphasized and fell into ...Read more >

98 Pages
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COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY MONITORING  

This regulation implements Department of Defense instruction (DODI) 8560.01 and National Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Directive (NTISSD) 600. The principles of this regulation apply to all forms of COMSEC monitoring conducted by Army ...Read more >

30 Pages
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DEFCON 18 : WHO CARES ABOUT IPV6?  By Bowne

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THE FIRST RESPONDER NETWORK AND NEXT-GENERATION COMMUNICATIONS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY  By Linda K. Moore

Since September 11, 2001, when communications failures contributed to the tragedies of the day, Congress has passed several laws intended to create a nationwide emergency communications ...Read more >

30 Pages
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ASSESSING THE REASONS FOR FAILURE : 1ST BRITISH AIRBORNE DIVISION SIGNAL COMMUNICATIONS DURING OPERATION MARKET GARDEN  By Major John W. Greenacre British Arm

Not since 1854, when Captain Lewis Nolans vague dispatch of Lord Raglans poorly conceived orders condemned Lord Cardigan and the Light Brigade to devastation, has the role of communications in a military defeat come under such scrutiny as it has at the Battle of Arnhem. An entire industry has grown around the literature of Arnhem, from contemporary accounts to modern ...Read more >

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