IO Newsletter, vol 13, no 05

IO Newsletter

IO-Newsletter-JPEG-300x225This issue combines both February and March, so there is no gap.


Articles in this issue:

1. 10th Annual Army Global Information Operations Conference
2. North Korea propaganda taken off YouTube after Activision complaint
3. US Said To Be Target of Massive Cyber-Espionage Campaign
4. Electronic Warfare Will Be a Game-Changer in Modern Battle Zone
5. Army Is Gearing Up To Fight the PR War
6. Can Social Media Disarm Syria's Chemical Arsenal?
7. Propaganda Programs Hard To Justify, Panetta Says
8. Software That Tracks People On Social Media Created By Defence Firm
9. Chinese Army Unit Is Seen As Tied To Hacking Against U.S.
10. Report Ties Cyberattacks on U.S. Computers to Chinese Military
11. Hackers Attack European Governments Using ‘Miniduke' Malware
12. Top US General in Afghanistan: Taliban Succeeding With Its Messaging
13. The Great Cyberscare
14. Wanted: Ph.D.s Who Can Win a Bar Fight
15. Talking Past Each Other? How Views of U.S. Power Vary between U.S. and International Military Personnel
16. Army Electronic Warfare Evolutionary Path Presented At EW Summit
17. Nazi and Soviet Propaganda's Shared Aesthetic
18. NATO: U.S.-Israeli Cyberattack On Iran Was ‘Act Of Force’
19. PACOM Promotes Regional Cyber Capabilities, Defenses
20. Information Warfare on the Korean Peninsula
21. How Space and Cyberspace are Merging to Become the Primary Battlefield of the 21st Century
22. AQAP Releases 10th Copy Of Inspire; Features Adam Gadahn
23. Assessing Inspire Magazine's 10th Edition

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