Definition Edit

Counter-signals intelligence (C-SIGINT) is

[a]ctions taken within the Army CI Program to determine the foreign signals intelligence threat, collect and identify friendly C–E vulnerabilities, develop recommendations to counteract hostile exploitation, and evaluate the effectiveness of applied countermeasures.[1]

References Edit

  1. AR 381-20, at 49-50.

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