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a conference and expo focusing on intelligence support systems (ISS) for lawful interception, criminal investigations, intelligence gathering and information sharing, which opened December 10.
Intelligence Support Systems avoids most of the policy debate on wiretaps, otherwise known as legal intercepts, instead focusing on technological, administrative, managerial, legal, and logistical aspects.
Similarly, the intelligence support system has had problems meeting the unique demands of missions other than the full-scale traditional warfare for which it was designed.
With over 10,000 current users and over 5,000 deployed systems, the Joint Deployable Intelligence Support Systems (JDISS) program is used by the joint U.
Its Joint Deployable Intelligence Support Systems (JDISS) III provides information sharing across the intelligence community.
The information processing system to be developed by Elbit Systems under this contract is expected to be one of the most sophisticated Intelligence Support systems for Government organizations and Intelligence Communities.
20001 What: Ross Callon, Juniper Networks Distinguished Engineer, and Andrew Ramsey, Juniper Federal Systems Director of Systems Engineering, will lead panels on network security at the Intelligence Support Systems (ISS) World Conference.
Previously Montelione and Myers (M&M) collaborated on the development of the Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System (JDISS), the most widely used intelligence system software suite within the US and international military and civilian forces.