Data Fusion in Offensive and Defensive Information Operations

@inproceedings{lfenster2000DataFI,
  title={Data Fusion in Offensive and Defensive Information Operations},
  author={Lynn lfenster},
  year={2000}
}
  • Lynn lfenster
  • Published 2000
The conduct of offensive and defensive Information Operations (IO) require coordinated targeting and protection, respectively, across physical, information and even cognitive domains. Even the specific IO activities of Computer Network Defense (CND) and Computer Network Attack (CNA) require the close coordination of activities across all three domains to encompass physical processing assets, information creation, flows and stores, and the cognitive behaviors of human network administrators and… CONTINUE READING

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