Counterdeception Principles and Applications for National by Edward Waltz, Michael Bennett

By Edward Waltz, Michael Bennett

This day, greater than ever, using denial and deception (D&D) is getting used to make amends for an opponent's army superiority, to procure or increase guns of mass destruction, and to violate foreign agreements and sanctions. even supposing the old literature at the use of strategic deception is largely on hand, technical assurance of the topic is scattered in hard-to-find and out-of-print resources. this is often the 1st technical quantity to provide a present, entire and systematic evaluate of the ideas and strategies that underlie strategic deception and, extra importantly, to supply an in-depth realizing of counterdeception.

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These forms emphasize the actions that the deceiver wants the target to take, or in the case of surprise, to induce inaction on the part of the target. Later, Handel turns his attention to the informational aspects of deception and proposes that deception operations aim to deceive the target with regard to only two categories of information: intentions and capabilities. 6). In Handel’s typology, deceiving the target involves both passive and active modes of deception. ” He then goes on to emphasize the importance of passive deception when he states [26], “Moreover, active types of deception are dependent upon the efficacy of the passive operation.

In an M-2 deception, the deceiver attempts to convince the target to accept an alternative that the target is inclined to doubt or view as improbable The third category, M-3, covers situations where the target’s prior predispositions are not directly relevant to or predictive of what the target eventually comes to accept as true. 3) of the deception process. 3 Execution • Deception • implementers • transmit signals • and plant cues Target Decision-maker • Incorporates • evaluations into • plans and actions Channels Collection • Channel • monitors • pick-up signals Deception planning and execution Daniel and Herbig’s models of deception.

Peirce developed a mathematical theory of signs, or semiotics, that also embraces the three fundamental domains. More explicitly than Aristotle, Peirce’s logic distinguished a “triad” of relationships between the physical object, the symbolic sign that represents it, and the cognitive thought in the mind. ). , Knowledge Management in the Intelligence Enterprise, Norwood, MA: Artech House, 2003. See also Alberts, D. pdf. [24] Note that in the DoD terminology physical, technical, and administrative correspond roughly to the more precise (and metaphysically accurate) distinctions of physical, symbolic, and cognitive, respectively.

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