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Commission Calls for
Training to Protect Networks
Better cooperation and information sharing between government and
industry will go a long way toward safeguarding networks and growing
the work force needed to protect the information infrastructure, reports
the nonpartisan Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.
Sluggish Apps Foil,
Frustrate Federal Employees
Slow and unreliable applications interfere with government workers
getting their jobs done and diminish their confidence in efforts to
modernize information technology, according to a recent survey.
“I believe the author may be putting the cart
before the horse. AI has not been achieved,
and no one knows when that event will occur.”
—James Drouin, in response to “Man vs. Machine,”
December 2016 Signal
“U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM)
does have unique authorities to create
organizations and structures that are more
efficient because leadership fought for them.
The SOCOM model, while not perfect, makes
organizations more innovative and effective. It
is an operational command that does more then
train and equip. It also has a very solid culture.”
—UCSBB, in response to “Air Force Cyber Mission Success
Depends on Cultural Change,” October 2015 Signal
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