Information Sharing

DIA aims to be more inclusive of allies, partners in MARS system

by Billy Mitchell • 2 months ago

Defense Intelligence Agency leaders are working to remove NOFORN from the systems and lexicon of the agency to make the U.S. a more effective sharer of information with allied partners.

Navy wants info-sharing software to help prevent violent attacks in the DC area

by Jackson Barnett • 3 months ago

The Navy is looking for software to increase information sharing and to "crowdsource" uploading of suspicious activity.

Coming soon: Better collaboration, sharing with U.S. allies, IC CIO Sherman says

by Billy Mitchell • 12 months ago

Sherman plans "in just a couple weeks" to convene CIOs from Five Eyes allied nations to work on improved collaboration and information sharing.

Friction by design: FBI, DHS disagree on when to tell victims they’ve been hacked

by Chris Bing • 3 years ago

Competing interests exist between two of the predominant federal agencies tasked with stopping hackers from attacking the U.S., officials say, and that dynamic shapes how and when the government notifies Americans if they’ve been breached.

Clapper: Spy agencies doing ‘pretty well’ on acquisition reform

by Shaun Waterman • 3 years ago

U.S. intelligence agencies have a good track record on acquisition reform and their integrated IT infrastructure, known as ICITE, is already delivering results and will endure under a new administration, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said Wednesday.

Cyber intelligence: More isn’t always better, warn officials

by Shaun Waterman • 3 years ago

When it comes to cyber intelligence and the newly coined need-to-share it, more isn't necessarily better, civilian and military cyber leaders cautioned Tuesday.

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