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USCENTCOM CCJ6 Building Regional Partner Communications and Cyber Security Capacity Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA ) Luncheon. CCJ6 Director May 2013. The Overall Classification of this Brief is: UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO. Challenges to Building Partner Capacity.

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ccj6 director may 2013

USCENTCOM CCJ6Building Regional Partner Communications and Cyber Security CapacityArmed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA) Luncheon

CCJ6 Director

May 2013

The Overall Classification of this Brief is:

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

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Challenges to Building Partner Capacity

DID YOU CONVINCE 83 COUNTRIES TO ADOPT STANDARDS THAT ONLY BENEFIT THE US WHILE DOOMING THE ENTIRE COALITION IN THE LONG RUN?

HOW DID THE MULTINATIONAL STANDARDS MEETING GO?

4 3 2 strategic environment 2015
“4-3-2” Strategic Environment - 2015

Kazakhstan

  • SUNNI-SHIA
  • Social unrest, sectarian violence to increase

Uzbekistan

Kyrgyzstan

  • WAR ON TERROR
  • AOR instability portends a persistent AQ Movement
  • Hizballah-linked threats persist
  • ARAB-ISRAELI
  • Emotionally charged and unlikely to be resolved
  • Fuels sectarianism, violence

Turkmenistan

Tajikistan

Syria

Lebanon

Afghanistan

Iran

Iraq

  • PAKISTAN-INDIA
  • PAK militants threaten high value targets in India
  • Sporadic cross-border fire
  • SYRIA
  • Internal unrest, sectarianism & civil war
  • Emerging safe haven for AQ

Jordan

Pakistan

Kuwait

Egypt

Bahrain

Saudi

Arabia

Qatar

U.A.E.

  • ARAB AWAKENING
  • Political & economic drivers will lead to regional unrest
  • Future “awakenings” possible
  • IRAN
  • Persistent nuclear ambitions
  • Expanded operational reach, lethality and defense of spheres of influence

Oman

Yemen

  • PERCEPTION OF U.S. WITHDRAWAL
  • Regional competitors will project influence & engage emerging powers as an alternative to U.S.
  • AFGHANISTAN
  • Internal stability challenges
  • PAK haven an enabler for insurgency

The CENTCOM AOR will be characterized by protracted conflict and unrest through 2015. The strategic environment will remain volatile, driven by Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the ongoing impact of the Arab Awakening, growing regional unrest and sectarianism, an expanding al-Qaida movement, and the withdrawal of U.S. forces in Afghanistan and Iraq.

building partner capacity

It all begins with Key Leader Engagement

Developing trust through personal rapport

Outward manifestation of commitment

Evolving CCJ6 Engagement Strategy

Developed from the USCENTCOM Theater Campaign Plan (TCP)

Synchronized with Inter-Agency Plans, Policies, and Activities

Central Region Communications Conferences

Emergence of Cyber Security as an engagement enabler

Cyber attacks stimulated immediate urgency

Shared concerns – threat vectors have encouraged partnership

Building Partner Capacity

Building relationships first…

challenges of c2 in a coalition environment

Governance – common adjudication authority

Policy – common set of rules /guidelines

Bilateral agreements - Communication Interoperability and Security Memorandum of Agreements (CISMOAs)

Security and Releasability

Resources and Commitment

Standards – common technical parameters

Network, Hardware, and Software

Data and Meta-Data

PhysicalInfrastructure – interconnected networks and communities of interest

Secure Gateways and Gateguards

Challenges of C2 in a Coalition Environment

Effective Coalition C2 requires…

Making progress with networks solutions… still working on the policies

how do we create cross combatant command communities of interest

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

How do we create Cross-Combatant Command Communities of Interest?

Today

2015

CENTCOM

Partner Network

Coalition Networks

SIPR-Rel

BICES

CENTRIX

Bilateral

Requires Authorized Transfer Agent (ATA) to bridge the Air Gap

Trusted Network Environment

Current

Without

CMNT

  • Requirements to join a Community of Interest:
  • Existing Communications Interoperability and Security Memorandum of Agreement (CISMOA)
  • Formal request to join and comply with guidelines
  • Fund the partner’s portion of the network

Common Mission Network Transport (CMNT) is a key enabling technology

Future

With

CMNT

Federation of Trusted Network Environment provides a global information sharing capability

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

centcom partner network cpn framework

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

CENTCOM PARTNER NETWORK (CPN) FRAMEWORK

USCENTCOM’s enduring secure network for strategic and operational information sharing up to SECRET RELEASABLE

CPN = Trusted Network Environment integrated with bilateral and other U.S. networks

Planning

Intelligence Sharing

Exercises

CENTCOM Partner Network

Command and Control

Mission Network

  • Lines of Effort
  • - Bilateral Networks to regional partners
  • - Cross Domain Solution
  • - Engagement with regional partners
  • Partnerships with Office of the Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (OUSDI) and NSA
  • Key capability to fill information sharing gap with key partners in AOR
  • Joint Staff-validated requirement

Acronyms: FMS – Foreign Military Sales VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol

HACI – High Assurance Control Interface COP – Common Operational Picture

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

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UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

Way-Ahead

Meet

Plan

Enable

Act

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

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UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

Questions?

UNCLASSIFIED

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO