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1 May 2008 Secure wireless knowledge management for intelligence analysis
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Although more information than ever before is available to support the intelligence analyst, the vast proliferation of types of data, devices, and protocols makes it increasingly difficult to ensure that the right information is received by the right people at the right time. Analysts can rapidly shift between information overload and an information vacuum depending on their location and available equipment. The ability to securely manage and deliver critical knowledge and actionable intelligence to the analyst regardless of device configuration (bandwidth, processing speed, etc.), classification level or location in a reliable manner, would provide the analyst 24/7 access to useable information. There are several important components to an intuitive system that can provide timely information in a user-preferred manner. Two of these components: formatting information to accommodate the user's profiles and the identification of solutions to the problem of secure information delivery across multiple security levels, will be discussed in this paper.
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Catherine H. Clark, John Spina, and Michael Corey "Secure wireless knowledge management for intelligence analysis", Proc. SPIE 6964, Evolutionary and Bio-Inspired Computation: Theory and Applications II, 69640F (1 May 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.791877
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