News

May 09, 2016

Chairman's SITREP- May 2016

NIP Chairman's Update for May

May 06, 2016

Museum Ship Leaves the Washington Navy Yard- but you can see her go!

It’s "anchor's away!" to ex-USS Barry (DD-933), which has been a museum ship at the Washington Navy Yard since the early 1980s.

May 05, 2016

2016 Red Tie Award Goes to JR Reddig

At the Spring Luncheon held at Army-Navy Country Club on 19 April, NIP Chairman Tony Cothron caught NIP Web Editor JR Reddig unaware when he presented the 2016 Red Tie Award to him as he was preparing to photograph the ceremony for the digital Quarterly.

May 05, 2016

Center for Information Dominance Change of Command

Capt. William “Bill” Lintz relieved Capt. Maureen Fox as CID’s commanding officer during the time-honored tradition, conducted at the National Naval Aviation Museum on Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola.

May 04, 2016

CAPT Jim Fanell Remarks to IWC on PLA-N Events

Jim Fanell Remarks on PLA-N to the IWC, plus a bonus link to an accounting of the PRC's Aircraft Carrier Program

Apr 07, 2016

ONI Change of Command

In a traditional Navy ceremony at Suitland, MD on 7 April, Rear Admiral Elizabeth Train was relieved as the Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) and Director, Naval Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) by Rear Admiral Robert (Bob) Sharp.

Apr 06, 2016

DIA Selects New Deputy Director

DIA Director Lieutenant General Vincent R. Stewart announced yesterday that Melissa Drisko will become the agency’s Deputy Director effective in August 2016. Drisko currently serves as DIA’s Director for Rank-in-Person Implementation.

Apr 05, 2016

Navy Moves to End Long Period with Intelligence Chief Who Can’t View Intelligence

The Navy is finally moving to end a long spell during which its intelligence chief hasn’t been able to see, hear or read any military secrets.

Apr 04, 2016

Naval Intelligence Professionals Chairman’s Update – March 2016

These are, indeed, dangerous times. This audience doesn’t need to be reminded of the facts since you are getting them daily, whether in the SCIF, on board the ship or in the press. There is a lot at stake and that is why your Board Members for the Naval Intelligence Professionals have been focused this winter on making your NIP organization more Visible and more Relevant.

Mar 28, 2016

Office of Naval Intelligence Celebrates 134th Anniversary

Suitland, Md (NNS) -- The men and women of the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) celebrated the 134th anniversary of the establishment of America's longest-serving intelligence agency in a March 23 ceremony at the National Maritime Intelligence Center, the command's headquarters.

Mar 23, 2016

Phishing Emails Targeting Veterans are on the Rise…

Sometimes, the emails offer fake job interviews conducted via Skype or Google Plus during which scammers try to glean Social Security numbers or bank account information.

Mar 23, 2016

DHS/OCIA: Cyberattack on seaports could have wide-ranging effects on key infrastructure

U.S. seaports are vulnerable to cyberattacks that could cripple not just the ports, but business sectors including critical manufacturing, energy, chemical, transportation and food and agriculture, according to an analysis by the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Cyber and Infrastructure Analysis, or DHS/OCIA.

Mar 18, 2016

Military Retirement Update Now Available

In 2015, Congress enacted a major overhaul of the military's retirement system. The new approach, which allows for more flexible saving options, garnered both praise and criticism.

Mar 16, 2016

RSA Interviews Posted

Interviews that were taped at both the RSA Conference and at the Mach37 (Virginia Cyber Security Accelerator) event (to include interviews with Governor McCulliffe and Secretary Jackson) have been edited and posted.

Mar 11, 2016

The Evolution of Navy Cryptology - Guest Post by VADM Tighe

Eighty-one years ago today, the first unified organization coordinating Navy Cryptology, the Communications Security Group, was established. From Station HYPO, OP-20-G, and the On the Roof Gang, to the present day, our community has continued to evolve to meet and defeat the threats we face.