Counterdeception Principles and Applications for National Security

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Artech House, Incorporated, 2007 - Political Science - 335 pages
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Today, more than ever, the use of denial and deception (D & D) is being used to compensate for an opponent's military superiority, to obtain or develop weapons of mass destruction, and to violate international agreements and sanctions. Although the historical literature on the use of strategic deception is widely available, technical coverage of the subject is scattered in hard-to-find and out-of-print sources. This is the first technical volume to offer a current, comprehensive and systematic overview of the concepts and methods that underlie strategic deception and, more importantly, to provide an in-depth understanding of counterdeception.

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Michael Bennett is private consultant with extensive experience as a principle investigator and project manager in a wide range of areas, including cognitive aids for analysis and counterdeception. Mr. Bennett conceived and managed an NRO Director's Innovation Study on this topic while working for High Performance Technologies, Inc. He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from Purdue University and an M.B.A. from the University of Connecticut. Ed Waltz is technical director of intelligence systems at General Dynamics. He is also the author of Knowledge Management in the Intelligence Enterprise and Information Warfare: Principles and Operations, and the co-author of Multisensor Data Fusion. Mr. Waltz received his B.S. in electrical engineering from the Case Institute of Technology and M.S. in computer information and control engineering from the University of Michigan.

Edward Waltz received his B.S. in electrical engineering from the Case Institute of Technology and M.S. in computer information and control engineering from the University of Michigan. Waltz is technical director of intelligence systems at Veridian, Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is also the author of Information Warfare: Principles and Operations and co-author of Multisensor Data Fusion (Artech House, 1998, 1990).

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