INFORMATION RISKS, THREATS AND VULNERABILITIES AGAINST MILITARY FIELD. TENDENCIES AND DIRECTIONS OF DEFENSE POLICIES IN THE INFORMATION ERA
The development of operational capabilities in the intelligence field represents a permanent concern in modern armed forces. The technological progress in this field has determined the achievement of new means, methods and procedures for collecting, processing, analysis and dissemination of intelligence in the space of interest. Of these, Space Reconnaissance together with IMINT and SIGINT or alliance level.
The intelligence risks, threats and vulnerabilities are based on a series of reasons that should not be overlooked in order to establish the necessary protection measures.
Modern armed forces have as a primordial objective supremacy in the intelligence battle of present strategies and visions for development. The basis to win this battle is represented by the successful implementation of intelligence technology in the integrated battle field as well as the protection of these systems and technologies. Keywords: information system; Space Reconnaissance;Management and Tehnical Collection; Information Methods and Procedures;
Risks, Threats and Vulnerabilities; Information Revolution; Infomation Vision.
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