Keynotes

IC Makes ‘Space’ for Space Force

The U.S. Space Force recently became the 18th member of the U.S. Intelligence Community. During a Wednesday keynote at GEOINT 2022, Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Operations, Cyber, and Nuclear Lt. Gen. G. Chance Saltzman explained why the Space Force is not just a new IC member, but also a vital one.

A New Era for American Counterterrorism

The National Counterterrorism Center’s leader leans into collaboration and information sharing as the country’s national security focuses shifts to Russia and China.

A Turning Point for Cybersecurity

U.S. Cyber Command believes cyberdefense efforts have hit an inflection point and warns GEOINT companies they will be targeted.

Integrating the INTs

Scaled-up software, streamlined capabilities, inter-operable platforms, and community-wide fusion are the new “how’s” behind Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Stacey Dixon’s refreshed IC agenda.

Laying Foundations

During a keynote address Monday at GEOINT 2022, outgoing NGA Director Vice Admiral Robert Sharp illustrated and emphasized the many ways in which GEOINT is “The Foundation of Intelligence.”

Lessons from Ukraine

Information, partnerships, and the human spirit have guided the IC in recent conflicts and will continue to do so in the coming decades.

CIA Deputy Director for Digital Innovation: ‘Innovate or Perish’

American adversaries are embracing digital transformation in pursuit of powerful new capabilities. In order to maintain its competitive advantage, the United States must do the same, says Central Intelligence Agency Deputy Director for Digital Innovation Jennifer Ewbank.

The NRO Goes Above and Beyond in Space

Director Christopher Scolese details how the NRO is tackling the competitive space market and what’s needed in the years to come.

The Power of Partnership

The world is changing faster than ever—and so are national security threats. To keep up, the IC must reinvent its relationship with commercial industry.

Discovery and Connections

Moving forward, maintaining current relationships, and establishing new connections will prove to be most useful to the NGA.