Panel: Rise in Information Complicates Future Fight

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Panel at AUSA Hot Topic
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Panel: Rise in Information Complicates Future Fight

The Army will need to take a proactive, integrated approach to signature management to maintain the information advantage, senior cyber officials said during a panel discussion July 2 at a Hot Topic event hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army.

Information Warfare Needs ‘Whole-of-Society’ Approach

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James Rubin speaks at AUSA Hot Topic event
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Information Warfare Needs ‘Whole-of-Society’ Approach

The United States is struggling to outpace its global adversaries in the information domain, and a whole-of-society response is needed, the special envoy and coordinator of the State Department’s Global Engagement Center said July 2 at a Hot Topic event hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army. 

Barrett: Army Must Adapt for ‘Persistent Conflict’

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Lt. Gen. Maria Barrett speaks at AUSA Hot Topic event
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Barrett: Army Must Adapt for ‘Persistent Conflict’

The Army must be prepared to operate across the information spectrum to keep ahead of its adversaries, the commander of Army Cyber Command said.

In opening remarks July 2 at a Hot Topic on cyber and information advantage hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army, Lt. Gen. Maria Barrett said there is “persistent conflict” in the information dimension. This means the Army must “think through” now how it will apply military power across the spectrum of conflict.

Paper: Cyber Warfare, AI Optimize Army’s Edge

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Paper: Cyber Warfare, AI Optimize Army’s Edge

The Army should integrate cyber warfare, artificial intelligence and autonomous systems to maintain the information advantage, according to the author of a new paper published by the Association of the U.S. Army.

Data Analytics Have Expanding Role

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Data Analytics Have Expanding Role

Irregular warfare is uncomfortable and unpredictable, and the Army’s special operations forces are learning, training and adapting for that fight on a future, multidomain battlefield, a panel of experts said.

XVIII Airborne Corps Shifts Focus

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Panel at AUSA Warfighter
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XVIII Airborne Corps Shifts Focus

In a changing world, the XVIII Airborne Corps has expanded its focus on Army culture to improve installations, including housing and other facilities, reduce distractions and let soldiers concentrate on readiness.