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Paula Trimble
The Information Professionals Association is pleased to announce that registration is open for the next event in the Phoenix Challenge events series: Phoenix Challenge 2: The 2022 DoD Symposium on Information Strategy and Political Warfare (SISPoW) “Assessing Information Advantage Across the Four Defense Priorities” When: June 22-24, 2022 Where: Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic, Charleston, South Carolina...
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Information Professionals Association member Tom Kent recently published a piece at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). His article, “Russian Propagandists Regain Footing on Ukraine,” cautions that Russia’s recent information operations (IO) failures in Ukraine may be short lived, and the West should stay vigilant and especially watchful of Russia’s IO efforts in Africa...
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Information Professionals Association President Kevin Gates provided an overview of the association’s accomplishments and previewed IPA’s upcoming activities during a presentation at the Phoenix Challenge 2022 conference in April at the University of Maryland Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS). The presentation covered information about IPA’s most recent Order of Hermes award winner,...
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IPA President Kevin Gates presented an update on the association’s activities and invited involvement from the community in IPA’s activities during the Phoenix Challenge 2022 conference in late April 2022. Find the presentation here: IPA_Presentation_PC_04182022
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The Information Professionals Association conferred the Order of Hermes Award on Mr. Eric Wallace, former Chief of the Information Proponent Division at the U.S. Department of Defense Joint Staff and IW/EW subject matter expert at COLSA. IPA selected Mr. Wallace based on his career accomplishments spanning more than 20 years in the information field which...
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April 17, 2022 – Registration to attend Phoenix Challenge 2022 in person on April 26-28 is now CLOSED. We are thrilled by the response and look forward to seeing you there! However, you may participate virtually* in Phoenix Challenge 2022 through a SECURE VTC connection in a SCIF. You must be present in a SCIF/classified bridge...
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The Phoenix Challenge 2022 Information Advantage and Cognitive Security Workshop Series will be held April 26-28, 2022 in College Park, MD. Register here! The Information Professionals Association is pleased to co-host Phoenix Challenge 2022 with the University of Maryland’s Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS), on behalf of the Undersecretary of Defense for...
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The United States needs an integrated approach to combating foreign-backed disinformation occurring within the Homeland, says Brian Murphy, Vice President of Strategic Operations at Logically and former Acting Undersecretary for Intelligence at the Department of Homeland Security. In an article on Breaking Defense last week, Murphy describes the need for a Center to Counter Foreign Malign...
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Vladimir Putin has been the predominant figure – and subject of much study – when it comes to information warfare during the last decade. The Russian invasion into Ukraine has trained all eyes on the role of information and disinformation in global conflict. The Kremlin, with the help of its proxies in the state-funded and...
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The U.S. Technology Leadership Council (USTLC) will host a virtual forum on March 22, 2022 highlighting research from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville on “Russian Propaganda/Disinformation in Select Former Soviet States: Belarus Presidential Election and Ensuing Protests in 2020.” Dr. Natalie Rice and Dr. Oleg Manaev of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville will...
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