CATEGORIES

(2019,
issue 3)

What do you do after an 18-year career in the Armed Forces? One answer is consider a career in the cyber security sector.

(2019,
issue 1)
BY KEN POLE

The Government of Canada is ramping up efforts to ensure that neither the coming election campaign, nor the vote itself, are influenced by malicious, net-based interference.

Top Defence Capability Leaders 2019
(2019,
issue 0)

Operating in Canada for nearly six decades, Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations.

Top Defence Capability Leaders 2019
(2019,
issue 0)

CaseBank’s Troubleshooting Ecosystem is a comprehensive and powerful suite of applications and information that is dedicated to improving the troubleshooting of complex equipment.

Top Defence Capability Leaders 2019
(2019,
issue 0)

As a recognized leader in digital transformation, IBM Canada has a proven reputation for thinking beyond the limits of what’s possible in almost every industry.

Top Defence Capability Leaders 2019
(2019,
issue 0)

With a wide range of very unique capabilities that save time and increase performance, IXTROM’s innovative technologies create the kind of operational edge needed to address the demanding requirements and evolving challenges faced by modern Defence & Security organizations.

(2019,

Teija Tiilikainen, Director of the Finnish Institute of International Affairs since 2010, has been appointed Director of the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats for a five-year term.The agency brings together members of NATO and the EU to provide training on hybrid threats. Tiilikainen’s predecessor,Matti Saarelainen, moves Oct. 1 to the Finnish Security Intelligence.

(2019,

Three years ago, Norad sought reassurance, at the highest levels of the military, that Canada was on top of the evolving threat of cyber vulnerability of Canadian Forces bases and related civilian infrastructure. The request by then NORAD Commander U.S. Adm William Gourtney advised General Vance to "work with Public Safety Canada to identify civilian infrastructure that is critical to CAF and Norad missions."

(2018,
issue 6)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD

The challenge of the 21st century incorporates incredibly invasive infrastructure threats. Direct defence strategies must quickly include these threats as part of any comprehensive national security concept.

(2018,
issue 4)
BY KEN POLE

The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security has been set up by the government as a single point of authority for combatting cyber crime.

(2017,
issue 3)

Quantum computing can disrupt the security of network architecture.

(2017,
issue 3)
BY NICOLA DAVIES

Cyber security falls under the heading of ‘defense of the realm’ and is seen as a matter of national security. For Canada’s armed forces, cyber aptitude tests could prove highly valuable.

(2017,
issue 3)
BY SEAN SULLIAN

Connecting platforms, people, sensors and command posts for better decision-making results.

Defence Capability Leaders
(2016,
issue 0)
(formerly Intergraph)

Multi-agency Incident Management & Situational Awareness. Hexagon’s Security Framework will integrate data from a variety of systems and sensors, to create a common operating picture in an operational environment.

(2015,
issue 2)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD

The current Chief of U.S. Naval Operations, Admiral Jonathan Greenert, has focused considerable attention on digital operations in the re-set of the U.S. Navy and its approach to 21st century operations. From electronic warfare, to digital interoperability, to integrated fire support and cyber security, the Admiral has underscored that mastering the digital domain is an essential warfighting competence.

(2004,
issue 3)
BY ROBERT DAY

Are We Ready for 4th generation Warfare?

(2004,
issue 2)
BY INGAR MOEN

A key concept for military transformation and future ops of the new security ­environment.

(2004,
issue 1)
BY INGAR MOEN, BY HAROLD STOCKER

The future military is likely to include a collaborating, inter­operable mix of humans and technologically smart entities, called Autonomous Intelligent Systems.