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Israel's Not-So-Secret Weapon in Coronavirus Fight: The Spies of Mossad
TEL AVIV, Israel — When Israel's health minister was found to be infected with the coronavirus early this month, all high-level officials in close contact with him were quarantined, including one who stood out: the director of the Mossad, the storied Israeli spy service. Mossad officers, primarily associated with covert operations abroad in the name of protecting Israel, are not normally in the business of public health. So Israelis were immediately intrigued. Why would the Mossad director, Yossi Cohen, a widely respected figure in the country, have even been in the same room as the health minister, Yaakov Litzman? Mr. Cohen's powerful agency, it turns out, has been deeply involved in Israel's fight against the virus, and has been one of the country's most valuable assets in acquiring medical equipment and manufacturing technology abroad, according to Israeli medical and security officials. Article continues here
The Origin of the COVID-19 Outbreak in Wuhan
After the exponential growth in coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) infections, it is no surprise that the internet is full to the brim with all sorts of conspiracy theories regarding its origin. Strong claims often trigger similarly strong responses, such as accusations by conspiracy theorists of malicious intent and claims that the virus could not have been leaked from a laboratory. Loud voices from both sides overshadow calls to investigate a spectrum of plausible scenarios. Recent studies suggested that the virus is not bioengineered. However, bioweapons and genetically engineered viruses are not equivalent, as the latter are used in peaceful applications in order to understand potential threats in the environment. These include studying the natural gain of function that happens in nature as viruses evolve or recombine, and their potential for use in drug delivery and vaccine development. On the other hand, a bioweapon used by a nonstate actor (i.e., a bioterrorist) could be an entirely natural virus, although a malicious state might be likely to seek a more effective weapon through bioengineering. Article continues here
E106 - Invasion Norway: Early 1940 - Bletchley Park's Role in Britain's War at Sea
In early 1940, as winter turned to spring, the world waited for the 'Phony war' to end with the expected German attack in the west. But the leaders of both Allied and Axis forces were looking in another direction, to the north, to the snow and the steel, to Scandinavia. Meanwhile in a wooden hut at Bletchley Park, recent recruit Harry Hinsley was certain a German fleet was preparing to set sail, but how could he, a 21-year-old civilian in a highly secret department, persuade the Admiralty that he was right? In this 'It Happened Here' episode we explore the difficult start of Bletchley Park's role in Britain's war at sea. Bletchley Park's Research Historian Dr David Kenyon will be our guide. As usual special thanks go to Mr Ben Thompson for voicing our archival documents. Listen to podcast here. Also on the podcast page are many other episodes.
Some Flu vs Covid vs Norovirus Statistics to Ponder:
How Does the New Coronavirus Compare with the Flu?
Flu Outbreak in Italy Peaking as Half a Million People Struck Down in a Week
Looking one year back before the politicization of an epidemic...
Overview of Norovirus or "the Cruise Ship Virus"
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Newly Released and Forthcoming Books of the Week
When Daniel Dennett, an American spy in the Middle East, was dispatched to Saudi Arabia in 1947, he had a particular mission: to study the route of the proposed Trans-Arabian Pipeline. It would be his last assignment. The plane carrying him from Saudi Arabia to Ethiopia went down in a mysterious crash, killing all on board. Decades later his daughter, journalist Charlotte Dennett, decided to find out what was behind her father's death and why the records about it remained classified after so many years. Along the way she stumbled upon map after map showing proposed, built, and contested pipelines. And she came to realize just how much unrest in and around the Middle East in the past three decades could be explained by doing one simple thing: following pipeline routes.
Book may be ordered here.
Facebook and Amazon may be in the business of selling us to the highest bidder, but not without good guys fighting to keep the internet free and safe.
Hackers have a bad reputation, as shady deployers of bots and destroyers of infrastructure. Webb offers another view. Hackers, she argues, can be vital disruptors. Hacking is becoming a practice, an ethos, and a metaphor for a new wave of activism in which ordinary citizens are inventing new forms of distributed, decentralized democracy for a digital era. Confronted with concentrations of power, mass surveillance, and authoritarianism enabled by new technology, the hacking movement is trying to "build out" democracy into cyberspace.
Webb travels to Berlin, where she visits the Chaos Communication Camp, a flagship event in the hacker world; to Silicon Valley, where she reports on the Apple-FBI case, the significance of Russian troll farms, and the hacking of tractor software by desperate farmers; to Barcelona, to meet the hacker group XNet, which has helped bring nearly 100 prominent Spanish bankers and politicians to justice for their role in the 2008 financial crisis; and to Harvard and MIT, to investigate the institutionalization of hacking. Webb describes an amazing array of hacker experiments that could dramatically change the current political economy. These ambitious hacks aim to displace such tech monoliths as Facebook and Amazon; enable worker cooperatives to kill platforms like Uber; give people control over their data; automate trust; and provide citizens a real say in governance, along with capacity to reach consensus.
Book may be ordered here.
Iraqi President Taps Spy Chief Mustafa al-Kadhimi for Prime Minister. Iraq's president named intelligence chief Mustafa al-Kadhimi as prime minister-designate on Thursday, the third person tapped to lead the country in just 10 weeks as it struggles to replace a government that fell last year after months of deadly protests.
Kadhimi was nominated by President Barham Salih, state television reported, shortly after the previous designated prime minister, Adnan al-Zurfi, announced he was withdrawing having failed to secure enough support to pass a government.
Iraq, exhausted by decades of sanctions, war and political corruption now faces economic ruin, social unrest and a growing outbreak of the new coronavirus, all of which it must face with only a caretaker cabinet.
Adel Abdul Mahdi, who resigned under pressure from anti-government protests in November, still heads the government as caretaker prime minister. [Read more: France24/9April2020]
U-2 Spy Plane Will Be Upgraded To Support Future Battlespace Needs. The American company Lockheed Martin has recently received a $50 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to upgrade the U-2 spy plane to support future battlespace needs.
As part of the modernization program, the aircraft will receive a new avionics suite to readily accept and use new technology, new mission computer, and modern cockpit displays. The new dashboard will make everyday pilot tasks easier while enhancing the presentation of the data the aircraft collects to enable faster, better-informed decisions.
Modernization of the aircraft will be carried out under the U.S. Air Force's open mission systems (OMS) standard that enables the U-2 to integrate with systems across air, space, sea, land, and cyber domains at disparate security levels. Thanks to this, any company will be able to modernize military equipment, and the modernization itself will be much faster. [Read more: Malewar/InceptiveMind/14April2020]
COVID-19 Has Delayed the Launch of 3 US Spy Satellites. The rapid spread of COVID-19 around the globe has delayed the launch of three US intelligence payloads from New Zealand until at least April 23, launch provider Rocket Lab confirmed April 6.
Rocket Lab announced that they were pausing the scheduled March 30 launch of three National Reconnaissance Office payloads following the New Zealand government's March 23 announcement that the country would enter Alert Level 4. This forced most businesses to close and the government ordered people to stay at home.
"This decision was made with the full support of the NRO, and we continue to engage with our partners at Rocket Lab as they work with the New Zealand government and local health officials to determine when launch operations can resume," said NRO spokesperson Laura Lundin. "The launch vehicle and ground systems will remain in a state of readiness for launch as the evolving situation allows." [Read more: Strout/C4ISRNet/7April2020]
Uganda Police Appoints 100 Regional, Divisional Spy Commanders. Uganda Police Force has appointed 101 commanders to revamp regional and divisional spy units. The Police Human Resource Director, Brig Jesse Kamunanwire announced the appointments in consultation with the placement committee which is chaired by the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Maj. Gen. Sabiiti Muzeyi.
The other members are the Director Research AIGP, Edward Osiru Ochom and Chief Political Commissar, AIGP Asan Kasingye. The newly appointed commanders have been tasked to ensure the police spy systems are vibrant. Only one of the 101 intelligence heads is at the rank of Superintendent of Police.
The remaining commanders are Assistant Superintendent of Police. All the newly appointed officers have been undergoing a six month fresher spy course. A senior police officer told Uganda Radio Network-URN that, the new commanders have been tasked to make ensure no criminal cartels operate in their areas. [Read more: TheIndependent/9April2020]
ODNI Releases CARES Act Guidance for Intel Community. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence on April 8 unveiled guidelines for the intelligence community that relate to acquisition and procurement issues during the COVID-19 pandemic and implementation of Section 3610 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.
Signed by Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Enterprise Capacity Kevin Meiners on April 3, the memo "strongly urges" intelligence agencies to fully use CARES Act flexibilities.
Specifically, Section 3610 allows agencies to modify contracts when contractor employees can't access authorized work sites or work remotely because of COVID-19 health and safety restrictions. This is especially helpful to companies performing essential national security missions, ensuring they remain financially viable, and that highly skilled and often cleared contractor employees are retained - securing the longterm health of the IC. [Read more: Ziadeh/WashingtonExec/12April2020]
Amid Coronavirus Chaos, Russian Spies See Opportunity: Intelligence Assessment. As Russia's leaders concede coronavirus is now an "emergency" in that country, Moscow's intelligence services remain hard at work searching for an angle amid tragedy that could give them an upper hand over the U.S., according to a new U.S. intelligence analysis obtained by ABC News.
The assessment says U.S. intelligence suspects that their Russian counterparts have been trying to sow discord and chaos in America by amplifying social media messages that push conspiracy theories and other narratives that could cause people to lose faith in their government and communities.
At the same time, analysts say Russians would have been closely monitoring the well-documented failings in the U.S. healthcare system laid bare by the coronavirus pandemic. [Read more: ABCNews/14April2020]
The Most Successful Soviet Intelligence Operation During World War II. One cold winter night in 1941, German positions under Mozhaysk, in the Moscow region, were approached by a man - a traitor, claiming to represent an anti-bolshevik church and monarchy-sympathizing group called ‘Престол' ("Prestol"; Eng. "throne"). He was willing to assist the Germans in bringing down Soviet rule.
In reality, the man was a Soviet intelligence agent named Aleksandr Demyanov. One of the most successful intelligence operations in the history of the USSR had now entered its active phase. The operation's name was ‘Монастырь' ("Monastyr"; Eng. "monastery").
Sporting oodles of charm, intelligence and good education, with an excellent command of German, Aleksandr was a perfect fit for deployment behind enemy lines. Not many in Moscow had a clue that the man who came from noble beginnings had already been turned by Soviet intelligence some time at the beginning of the 1930s.
The spy had a good story. [Read more: Egorov/RussiaBeyond/14April2020]
Why is a Swedish Spy Ship Pinging from a Bungalow in Cobh? East Cork residents who've been wracking their brains over a maritime mystery finally have an explanation.
A lot of people in Cobh have been baffled after noticing something very unusual on the maritime traffic radar in the area.
For the past year a Swedish spy ship has been pinging its location from a bungalow in the Cork town.
The HSwMS Orion (A201) is actually situated somewhere in the Baltic Sea at the moment, but for some reason it can also be found on the map in Cobh.
The vessel, which supports the US National Security Agency, was launched in 1984 and is dedicated to gathering intelligence by covert means. [Read more: O'Callaghan/CorkBeo/9April2020]
Podcast: The Spies Who Inspired Bond. Author and spy expert Henry Hemming discusses the real historical personalities who Ian Fleming drew on to create 007 and other major characters in the Bond novels. [Listen here: HistoryExtra/13April2020]
Pandemic Gives Canadian Security and Intelligence Community an Urgent New Mission. The global pandemic caused by COVID-19 has generated a new kind of demand for intelligence, which Canada must confront. Security and intelligence agencies around the world are being thrust onto the front lines of the COVID-19 battle. Their mission is two-fold: monitoring the global tidal wave of COVID-19, and combating misinformation, fraud and even deliberate foreign interference that circulates domestically. This is a tall order for any intelligence system, made even taller for Canada by the fact that our security and intelligence agencies have never seen health emergency reporting as part of their core mandate, despite a plan laid down in the National Security Policy announced after SARS that unfortunately went nowhere.
The idea of a "health intelligence" mission may seem novel and strange in a Canadian context, but it has been on the minds of allied intelligence agencies for many years. Britain published, starting in 2010, a national risk registry based on classified intelligence assessments, which listed global pandemics as the number one risk to civil society. In response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa between 2014 and 2016, US intelligence devoted significant resources to tracking the spread of the virus, fearing that it would leap beyond the region.
Prescience and readiness are two different things, as COVID-19 has demonstrated globally. [Read more: Wark/PolicyOptions/14April2020]
Intelligence Sharing Remains Key to Fight Against IS. In late March, the Telegraph reported that four Islamic State (IS) militants escaped from the Ghweran prison in the northeastern Syrian city of Hasakah but were quickly recaptured. The Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which played such a critical role in destroying IS' so-called caliphate, are in charge of the prison. The US military was reported to have provided aerial reconnaissance assistance to support the SDF's recapture of the IS prisoners. Other news stories said up to 12 prisoners escaped.
The SDF continues to be responsible for the security of the prisons in northern Syria, where roughly 11,000-12,000 captured IS fighters are held.
The March 30 prison incident highlights the conundrum surrounding the IS detainees. Western governments refuse to accept their repatriation, while the SDF believes they should face prosecution inside Syria, if necessary with an international tribunal. [Read more: Hoffman/Al-Monitor/10April2020]
CALLING ALL WOMEN INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS: Book author seeks interviews with female intelligence officers
Liza Mundy, author of Code Girls: The Untold Story of the
American Women Code Breakers of World War II, is working on
a book about the history of women at the CIA. She is eager to
interview women intelligence professionals, retired and active, to
gather their insight into topics including their own careers; the
intelligence community's changing climate for women; signal
achievements by women and female teams, including, for example,
the women of Alec station; and encounters with early pioneers such
as Eloise Page and others. The CIA public affairs office is
cooperating. The book will be published by Crown, a major
commercial publisher. The aim is to highlight women's
contributions to intelligence and national security—a female
equivalent to Evan Thomas's The Very Best Men. If you
would be willing to chat and share your insights, please contact
Liza at email@example.com or 703-517-1542 (phone, text or Signal app).
Bob Dompka, NCIS and NSA Officer
Chris Frederick, CIA Terrorism Specialist
Hal Joslin, USN Capt, POW, NSA SIGINT
Ed or Bud McGrath, CIA Codebreaker and Communications Officer
John Sullens, CIA Technical Operations Officer
E3/Sentinel has a funded opening for an IT Acquisitions Subject Matter Expert with specific experience in IT architecture requirements to support an IC customer. Candidate will assist in developing innovative business strategies and procurement policy/processes. Only candidates with TS/SCI clearances will be considered. Contact Rosanna Minchew firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
E3/Sentinel has multiple openings for Contracts Specialists, Acquisition Analysts, Cost/Pricing Analysts and Contracts Closeout Specialists. Positions in Reston and at Bolling AFB. TS/SCI required to be considered for interview. Polygraph preferred. Contact Rosanna Minchew email@example.com for more details.
instructors at the University of Texas at El Paso (US)
James Madison University (JMU) located in Harrisonburg, VA, seeks
applicants for two faculty positions in its Bachelor's Degree
Program in Intelligence Analysis (IA). The appointments will be at
the Assistant or Associate Professor level and will reside within
the larger School of Integrated Sciences. The IA program offers a
multidisciplinary undergraduate degree with an emphasis on
methodology and technology to prepare students to become analysts,
with a specialization in intelligence analysis. Its graduates have
been successful in securing positions as analysts in both the
public and private sectors, to include the Intelligence Community,
military and law enforcement organizations, defense contractors,
and major consulting firms. The program emphasizes methodology and
synthesizes critical and creative thinking methods with
technological tools for data collection, visualization, and
analysis with situational knowledge of a problem's political,
economic, social, and technological context with strong
communicative and professional skills to support decision-making.
More information or applications may be found here.
Many other jobs available with Thomson-Reuter. Email Brian Lemley for a list with descriptions and links.
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CANCELLED for Public Safety from Coronavirus - Saturday, 9 May 2020 -- Indialantic, FL - Florida Satellite Chapter hears Col Prince on the Qu'ran
The speaker will be AFIO Florida Satellite Chapter member Col. Bill Prince, USA (ret.) After graduating from West Point, Bill served in Vietnam with both Ranger and Special Forces units. He resigned his regular army commission to accept a position as a CIA case officer, with subsequent experiences in numerous hostile environments. He has a graduate degree from Harvard, where his studies focused on the Middle East. The topic of his address will be the Qur'an, a subject he has studied extensively.
Please note that attendance at Florida Satellite Chapter meetings is always well within current CDC guidelines against gatherings of fifty or more.
Timing: 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM: Social Hour, greet old, new members and guests. Cash bar. 12:15 PM: Sit Down lunch
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Florida Satellite Chapter meets at the Doubletree Melbourne Beach
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RESCHEDULED from Spring: Friday, 23 October 2020, 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. - Tysons, VA - AFIO National Fall Luncheon features Washington Post columnist David Ignatius, and Author, former Post reporter Stephen Vogel
HOLD THE DATE: The morning speaker will be David
Ignatius, author of the upcoming intelligence
novel, The Paladin: A Spy Novel [WW Norton, May
2020]. Ignatius is a Washington Post columnist
and has been covering the Middle East and CIA for nearly three
CANCELLED for Public Safety from Coronavirus - 26-29 April 2020 - Tampa, FL - USGIF GEOINT 2020 Symposium
US Geospatial-Intelligence Foundation's GEOINT 2020 Symposium
has the theme, "New Decade, New Challenges, New Strategies."
2020, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Annapolis Junction, MD - The NCMF
Summer Cryptologic Program features Seth Jones on "Covert
CANCELLED for Public Safety from Coronavirus - 25 - 27 June 2020 - Pordenone, Italy - IAFIE 2020 Annual Conference - Intelligence Education, Research and Practice in the 2020s
The 2020 Annual Conference of the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE) will be held in Pordenone, Italy from June 25 to 27. This year IAFIE and IAFIE EC are joining hands in organising a joint annual conference examining the intelligence requirements for the next decade 2020- 2030, with its changing threat environment and fast developing technological advancements. The conference papers will reach out to other cognate disciplines for a multidisciplinary approach and brings scholars and practitioners together for a blend of research and applied discussions on intelligence. This will be the 5th Annual Conference of IAFIE EC. The topics/themes for the conference are Intelligence Analysis, Intelligence Domains, Management of Intelligence Community, and Intelligence Education and Research. Authors of recent books, monographs and reports in line with these topics/themes are also invited to submit proposals to participate in Author Roundtables. Please email your general enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. More information here. CANCELLED for Public Safety from Coronavirus
PUT ON CALENDAR AND HOLD THE DATE: The Pentagon Federal (PenFed
Credit Union) Foundation will be hosting their spectacular Night
of Heroes Gala on Saturday, 24 October 2020 at the Mandarin
Oriental in Washington, D.C. Last year's annual gala raised over
$1.5 million and honored children of military families.
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