FCW -- TechNet 2002, Honolulu

Following is FCW.com's coverage from AFCEA International's TechNet Asia-Pacific 2002 Conference and Exposition in Honolulu.



Marines move toward PKI
Marine Corps Pacific found downloading personal certificates from a mainland certificate authority frustrating

DOD extends net reach
Pacom, Centcom link networks to create global information sharing possibilities

Official touts intuitive decision-making
Brig. Gen. Jerry McAbee, deputy commander of Marine Forces Pacific, says battlefield information should be tailored to user

Pacom tests network links
Joint Task Force Wide-Area Relay Network should be operational by January 2004

FBI to link terrorism task forces
The Bureau is basing its efforts on work that began in Hawaii to connect federal, state and local agencies

Coast Guard sketches maritime plan
Capstone document will lay out agency's goal of increased awareness of ships in U.S. waters

FBI to link terrorism task forces
The Bureau is basing its efforts on work that began in Hawaii to connect federal, state and local agencies

Coast Guard sketches maritime plan
Capstone document will lay out agency's goal of increased awareness of ships in U.S. waters

Commander lays out IT challenges
Pacific Command leader says IT can help downsize without affecting combat capabilities

NMCI on course for Pacom
Pacom's 2,350 seats are being reviewed

Military pushes for wireless security
Reliable battlefield communications sought

Pacific forces prep for Stryker
Armored vehicle has advanced IT tools

AT&T looks to expand Hawaii work
Company aims to broaden government services


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    Microsoft targets copycat influence websites

    Microsoft went to court to take down websites it believes to be part of a foreign intelligence operation targeting conservative think tanks and the U.S. Senate.

  • Cybersecurity
    secure network

    FAA explores shifting its network to FISMA high

    The Federal Aviation Administration is exploring an upgrade to the information security categorization of IT systems as part of air traffic control modernization.

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    The disinformation game

    The federal government is poised to bring new tools and strategies to bear in the fight against foreign-backed online disinformation campaigns, but how and when they choose to act could have ramifications on the U.S. political ecosystem.

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