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CCJ6 Director

May 2013

USCENTCOM CCJ6

Building Regional Partner Communications
and Cyber Security Capacity

Armed Forces Communications
& Electronics

Association
(AFCEA
) Luncheon


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Challenges to Building Partner
Capacity

HOW DID THE
MULTINATIONAL
STANDARDS MEETING
GO?

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



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“4
-
3
-
2” Strategic Environment
-

2015

Tajikistan

Qatar

Kuwait

Kazakhstan

Uzbekistan

Kyrgyzstan

Turkmenistan

Afghanistan

Pakistan

Iran

U.A.E.

Oman

Yemen

Saudi

Arabia

Iraq

Jordan

Egypt

Bahrain

Lebanon

Syria

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
.


WAR ON TERROR


AOR
instability
portends
a
persistent AQ
Movement


Hizballah
-
linked threats persist

SYRIA


Internal
unrest,
sectarianism
&
civil war


Emerging safe haven for
AQ

ARAB
-
ISRAELI


Emotionally charged and
unlikely
to be
resolved


Fuels
sectarianism, violence

PERCEPTION OF U.S. WITHDRAWAL


Regional
competitors
will
project
influence & engage emerging
powers as
an alternative
to
U.S.

ARAB AWAKENING


Political
& economic drivers
will lead to
regional unrest


Future “awakenings” possible

PAKISTAN
-
INDIA


PAK militants threaten high
value targets in
India


Sporadic
cross
-
border
fire

3

Confrontations

2

Situations

4

Conflicts

SUNNI
-
SHIA


Social unrest, sectarian
violence
to increase

IRAN


Persistent nuclear ambitions


E
xpanded
operational reach, lethality
and
defense
of spheres of influence

AFGHANISTAN


Internal stability challenges


PAK
haven an enabler for insurgency


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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 relationships
first…


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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


Physical

Infrastructure



interconnected networks
and communities of interest


Secure Gateways and
Gateguards


Effective Coalition C2 requires…

Making progress with networks solutions… still working on the policies


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

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Federation of
Trusted Network Environment provides
a global information sharing
capability

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

SIPR
-
Rel

Coalition
Networks

CENTCOM

Partner
Network

Trusted
Network
Environment

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

BICES

CENTRIX

Bilateral

Today

2015

Future

With

CMNT

Current

Without

CMNT

Requirements to join a Community of Interest:


1.
Existing Communications Interoperability and
Security Memorandum of Agreement (CISMOA)

2.
Formal request to join and comply with guidelines

3.
Fund the partner’s portion of the network


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CENTCOM PARTNER NETWORK (CPN)
FRAMEWORK

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

Planning

Intelligence Sharing

Exercises

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

Command and
Control

CENTCOM Partner Network

Mission Network

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Acronyms:

FMS


Foreign Military Sales


VoIP


Voice over Internet Protocol


HACI


High Assurance Control Interface

COP


Common Operational Picture


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Way
-
Ahead

Key Leader Engagements

Central Region
Communications Conferences
(CRCCs)

Partners Conducting

Operational Planning

Foreign Military Sales
(FMS) / Training

Partner Participation in
Exercises & Operations

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Meet

Plan

Act

Enable


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At the end of the day…


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Questions?

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