Tag Archive for blog

bloggers violate OPSEC?

Law enforcement officials tell the Blotter on ABCNews.com that U.S. air marshals have been diverted to provide expanded protection of flights between Germany and the United States.

policy 1; milblog 0

Living Intentionally – by a trooper at the pointy end working pertinent issues – has fallen off the blogroll thanks to its newfound 404 status. Insights from a man on the ground? Plenty. OPSEC violations? None that this security-minded individual…

all hands on deck

Remember this post? Well, amazingly, it’s happened. Details to follow, but in the mean time, I need a name for the new blog and I’m enlisting your help. Some criteria to consider: HoTS is intel-centric but the new outlet will…

“reputation system”

From the Enterprise Resilience Management Blog: Anyone who believes he knows of information relating to these proposed patents will be able to post this online and solicit comments from others. But this will suddenly make available reams of information, which…

DIA: getting it

Scooped by Shloky: The U.S. Department of Defense’s lead intelligence agency is using wikis, blogs, RSS feeds and enterprise "mashups" to help its analysts collaborate better when sifting through data used to support military operations. The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)…

fusion, what a concept

From Inside the Pentagon (subscription required): The head of the Defense Intelligence Agency is on the cusp of deciding how best to integrate two largely separate worlds of military intelligence: tips collected from people on the ground, dubbed “human intelligence”…