CyOne has been Invited to Demonstrate the Beta Release of the Wide-Area Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Discover (WISRD) tool at Cyber Quest 2019
A world class, Army lead, prototype assessment conducted in an operationally realistic and relevant environment with government, industry and academia partners to identify innovative Signal, Cyber, Space and Electronic Warfare technologies.Cyber Quest 2019 Focus
Cyber SU Analysis & Exploitation Tactical Network Range Extension Planning / Management of tactical EW assets Automated DCO capabilities Collection Management (WISRD) Collection Operations (WISRD) ISR Visualization (WISRD)
Collection Management is the process that enables prioritized and time-relevant ISR and other asset collection in order to support operational Electronic Warfare, Intelligence, and Information Dominance requirements and mission planning needs.
Collection Management capabilities must support multi-echelon and Joint collaboration to ensure proper alignment and prioritization of EW, Intel, and Cyber assets, elimination of duplication of effort, and expediting post mission collection data to the warfighter in support of operational timelines.
The WISRD Collection Management capability will optimize the process of aligning Intelligence, EW, and Cyber assets (both organic and non-organic) to collection requests and operational mission needs while automatically enabling user-to-user collaboration for critical information exchange, dynamic sensor re-tasking, and evaluation of ISR Task satisfaction.
Wide-area Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Discovery (WISRD) is a web-based solution that integrates state-of-the-art opensource applications to enable Federated end-to-end support of the collection management process.
WISRD provides a critical capability for planning, dynamic tasking in real-time, and evaluating the gathered observables and collectibles from ISR Operations, providing insights across the operational environment for the warfighter, which previously was a challenge for collection management at all echelons.
WISRD will demonstrate how the effective integration of the latest in opensource technologies can help streamline warfighter tasks while retaining the flexibility to utilize both local and cloud-hosted computing resources.
CyOne Demonstrated the DCGS-A Cyber Analytic Toolkit (DCAT) at the Cyber Blitz exercise in Ft. Dix
The CyOne team were the lead architects, developers and testers of the DCGS- A Cyber Analytic Toolkit (DCAT) system demonstrated at the Cyber Blitz exercise at Ft. Dix from August 16 to September 27.