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The mission of the DoD Information Operations Center for Research is to provide graduate-level IO education, facilitate the exploration of new IO concepts, conduct research and analysis, and support relevant field experimentation.

 

The Undersecretary of Defense for Policy (OUSD-P) is the sponsor of the DoD IO Center for Research.

 

DoD IOCR Briefing: This briefing provides a short overview of the DoD IOCR and the associated curriculum.

 

 

 

 

 

Information on this website is provided for informational purposes only.  Other than activities conducted by or sponsored by DoD, DON, other military departments, or the DoD IOCR, inclusion in this website does not imply advocacy or sponsorship of any of the posted activities, publications, or programs.

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The DoD IOCR exists to:

  • advance the goal of information operations as a core military competency
  • support the DoD commitment to transform our military capabilities
  • provide avenues for research for information operations asymmetric warfare, combatting terrorism, and unconventional thought

 

This website is meant to serve as both a source of information on the DoD IOCR at NPS itself, and a source of information on IO education, training, and research being conducted DoD-wide and elsewhere. Those interested in knowing "who is doing what" in IO can use this site as a "one-stop shopping" source.

If there are additional resources not found on this site, or for any suggested corrections/changes, please advise the website manager: InfoIOC@nps.edu

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Cyber Talks - NYC

  • 8 September 2016 in New York City, one day event that gives a voice to disruptive cyber innovation.
  • The theme for the event is "New Colossus", a reference not only to the Statue of Liberty, a symbol of American values and a changing world order, but also to the British government's supercomputer Colossus that led an Allied victory and change in cryptanalysis methods during World War II.
  • Audience includes government, military, industry, and academic professionals who are committed to defending our nation and its resources.
  • Hosted by the Army Cyber Institute at West Point (hosted twice a year at different locations)
  • For information go to http://aci.cvent.com/cybertalks

 

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Military Cyber Affairs Call for Papers

 

 

 

Military Cyber Affairs: Call for papers

  • Military Cyber Affairs (MCA) seeks unclassified, scholarly papers addressing issues of importance in all areas related to the conduct of military cyber operations. MCA is a peer-reviewed professional journal published biannually by the Military Cyber Professionals Association (MCPA).  MCA provides a multidisciplinary forum for scholarship and discussion of cybersecurity, cyber defense and cyber operations and their military implications, drawing from the fields of intelligence, engineering, information technology, law, policy, and others.
  • For information go to http://public.milcyber.org/activities/journal/authors

 

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